Bodle Bo"dle, n. A small Scotch coin worth about one sixth of an English penny. --Sir W. Scott. [1913 Webster]

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  • Bodle — A bodle or boddle or bodwell, also known as a half groat or Turner was a Scottish copper coin, of less value than a bawbee, worth about one sixth of an English penny, first issued under Charles II. They were minted until the coronation of Anne.… …   Wikipedia

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  • bodle — noun A former Scottish copper coin of less value than a bawbee, worth about one sixth of an English penny …   Wiktionary

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