any of various gold and silver coins of ancient Greece
Origin of staterMiddle English from Ecclesiastical Late Latin from Classical Greek stat?r, origin, originally , a weight
A resident of a particular state or type of state. Often used in combination: Lone Star staters; farm staters.
Any of various gold, silver, or electrum coins of ancient Greece.
Origin of staterMiddle English from Late Latin statēr from Greek from histanai sta- to set on a scale, weigh ; see system .
From Ancient Greek ÏƒÏ„Î±Ï„Î®Ï (stater).
state + -er