incuse[in kyo̵̅o̅z′, -kyo̵̅o̅s′]
incuse definition by Webster's New World
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hammered or stamped in: said of the design on a coin
Origin: Classical Latin incusus, past participle of incudere, to forge with a hammer ; from in-, in, on plush cudere, to strike, hit: see hew
such a design
incuse definition by American Heritage Dictionary
Formed by hammering, stamping, or pressing: an incuse design on a coin.
Origin: Latin incūdere, incūs-, to forge with a hammer; see incus.