Sip of the Day – July 8, 2008

Sip of the DayRethink How You Use Credit

Titera’s Tidbit: Soldier
In ancient Rome, a soldus was a coin, which is to say, something solid (solidus) and valuable. The word remains in the modern Italian word for money, soldi. Someone who fought in exchange for that coin was called a solidarius, the origin of our word.

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