Dinar meaning

dĭ-när, dēnär
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Any of several units of gold and silver currency formerly used in the Middle East.
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The basic monetary unit of:
  • Algeria.
  • Bahrain.
  • Iraq.
  • Jordan.
  • Kuwait.
  • Libya.
  • Serbia.
  • Tunisia.
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The currency unit of Algeria, comprised of 100 centimes; of Iraq, Kuwait, and Bahrain, comprised of 1000 fils; of Jordan, comprised of 100 piasters; of Libya, comprised of 100 dirhams; of Sudan, comprised of 10 pounds; of Tunisia, comprised of 1,000 millimes; and of Yugoslavia, comprised of 100 paras.
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Name of official currency of several countries, including Algeria, Bahrain, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Libya, Serbia and Tunisia.
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A coin or note worth one dinar.
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Origin of dinar

  • Arabic dīnār from Late Greek dēnārion from Latin dēnārius denarius

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From Arabic دينار (dinaar), derived from the Latin denarius.

    From Wiktionary