agora[ag′ə rə; now often ə gôr′ə]
agora definition by Webster's New World
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noun pl. agorot
a monetary unit of Israel, equal to of a shekel
Origin: Modern Hebrew ; from Classical Hebrew (language) agora, a unit of weight
agora definition by American Heritage Dictionary
noun pl. ag·o·rae or ag·o·ras
A place of congregation, especially an ancient Greek marketplace.
Origin: Greek agorā; see ger- in Indo-European roots.
noun pl. a·go·rot or a·go·roth
See Table at currency.
Origin: Hebrew ’ăgôrâ, from ’āgar, to hire; see אgr in Semitic roots.