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Smith's Bible Dictionary [1]

Daric. ( From Dara , A King). Authorized Version, "dram,"  1 Chronicles 29:7;  Ezra 2:69;  Ezra 8:27;  Nehemiah 7:70-72. A gold coin current in Palestine, in the period after the return from Babylon. It weighed 128 grains, and was worth about five dollars.

At these times, there was no large issue of gold money except by the Persian kings. The darics which have been discovered are thick pieces of pure gold, of archaic style, bearing on the obverse the figure of a king with bow and javelin or bow and dagger, and on the reverse an irregular incuse square. The silver daric was worth about fifty cents.

Fausset's Bible Dictionary [2]

A gold coin current in Palestine after the return from Babylon. The Persian kings issued it; the obverse having the king with bow and javelin or dagger, the reverse a square; 128 grains troy.  Ezra 2:69;  Ezra 8:27;  Nehemiah 7:70-72;  1 Chronicles 29:7, "drams" KJV. Derived from Darius the Mede, or else Dara , "a king", the regal coin (compare our "crown".) The Greek Drachma , our dram, is related.

Webster's Dictionary [3]

(1): ( n.) A gold coin of ancient Persia, weighing usually a little more than 128 grains, and bearing on one side the figure of an archer.

(2): ( n.) A silver coin of about 86 grains, having the figure of an archer, and hence, in modern times, called a daric.

(3): ( n.) Any very pure gold coin.

Easton's Bible Dictionary [4]

 1 Chronicles 29:7 Ezra 2:69 8:27 Nehemiah 7:70-72

Holman Bible Dictionary [5]

 Ezra 2:69 Nehemiah 7:70 7:72 Ezra 8:27

Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible [6]

Daric See Money, § 3 .

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia [7]

dar´ik ( דּרכּמון , darkemōn , and אדרכּון , 'adharkōn  ; δαρεικός , dareikós ): A P ersian gold coin about a guinea or five dollars in value. The first form of the word occurs in  1 Chronicles 29:7;  Ezra 2:69 , and  Nehemiah 7:70-72; the second in  Ezra 8:27 and is rendered, "dram" in the King James Version and "daric" in the Revised Version (British and American). In the passage in Chronicles, it must refer to a weight, since at the time of David there were no coins, but in the days of Ezra and Nehemiah the Persian darics were current. See Money .

Cyclopedia of Biblical, Theological and Ecclesiastical Literature [8]

Bibliography Information McClintock, John. Strong, James. Entry for 'Daric'. Cyclopedia of Biblical, Theological and Ecclesiastical Literature. https://www.studylight.org/encyclopedias/eng/tce/d/daric.html. Harper & Brothers. New York. 1870.

The Nuttall Encyclopedia [9]

A gold coin current in ancient Persia, stamped with an archer kneeling, and weighing little over a sovereign.