Silverling (כֶּסֶŠ, keseph, i.e. silver, as elsewhere rendered; Sept. σίκλος; Vulg. argenteus, i.e. siclus understood), a word used once only in the A.V. (Isa 7:23) to signify a piece of silver (q.v.). In this sense it exactly corresponds with the Greek ἀργύριον, which was used, however, for the half shekel, or denarius.