(d"nr or d*nr"), n. [Ar. dnr, from Gr. dhna`rion, fr. L. denarius. See Denier.] 1. A petty money of accounts of Persia; 100 dinars consituted a rial.
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2. An ancient gold coin of the East, issued by various Islamic countries.
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3. the unit of currency of Yugoslavia. One dinar equals 100 paras. Abbreviated Din.


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