Definition of Manat

1. Noun. The basic unit of money in Turkmenistan.

Generic synonyms: Turkmen Monetary Unit



2. Noun. The basic unit of money in Azerbaijan.
Generic synonyms: Azerbaijani Monetary Unit

Definition of Manat

1. Noun. The basic unit of currency for Azerbaijan; subdivided into 100 q?pik. ¹

2. Noun. The basic unit of currency for Turkmenistan; subdivided into 100 tennesi. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Manat

1. a monetary unit of Azerbaijan [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Manat

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managing editor
manakin
manakins
manaksite
manana
mananas
manandonite
manas
manasic
manat (current term)
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manatiq
manatis
manatoid
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manbags
manboob
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Literary usage of Manat

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1. Moon-o-theism: Religion of a War and Moon God Prophet, Volume II of II by Yoel Natan (2006)
"A Third Auspicious Stone at the Kaaba Dedicated to manat There was another auspicious stone in the Kaaba that probably represented manat. ..."

2. Kinship and Marriage in Early Arabia by William Robertson Smith (1885)
"164, i. 25 (to agree with 165, 2), ibid. i. 26 ('Abd manat is a tribe of Kalb, and this says our author is not inconsistent with the fact that it is ..."

3. Ibn Khallikan's Biographical Dictionary by Ibn Khallikān (1843)
"... he sprung from the tribe of Hilal Ibn Rabia Ibn'Zaid manat Ibn Aamir; but Ibn al-Kalbi states that he descended from Malik Ibn Amr Ibn Zaid manat; ..."

4. Azerbaijan: Seven Years of Conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh by Christopher Panico, Human Rights Watch, Jemera Rone (1994)
"Last year we disbursed twenty billion manat. But there simply isn't any money any ... In Mareh 1994 one dollar bought about 500 manat. and inflation had ..."

5. Introduction to the History of Religions by Crawford Howell Toy (1913)
"manat is one of the three great goddesses of Mecca, the others being Al-I .at (' the goddess') and Al-Uzza (' the mighty one'); as these two names are ..."

6. Hermathena by Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland) (1903)
"... and manat. Bentley's emendation, all emendations, of this stanza,— ... and manat were altered to ..."

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