coin (v.) Old form(s): coine , coyn'd , coyne
create, make [as in minting a coin]
Cym V.iv.23[Posthumus alone to the gods, of his life] you coined it
MM II.iv.45[Angelo to Isabella, of sinners] that do coin God's image / In stamps that are forbid [i.e. beget bastard children]
Tit II.iii.5[Aaron alone] this gold must coin a stratagem
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