Definition of Irish punt

1. Noun. Formerly the basic unit of money in Ireland; equal to 100 pence.

Exact synonyms: Irish Pound, Pound, Punt
Terms within: Penny
Generic synonyms: Irish Monetary Unit

Lexicographical Neighbors of Irish Punt

Irish flutes
Irish gorse
Irish hobbies
Irish hobby
Irish joke
Irish jokes
Irish monetary unit
Irish moss
Irish moss gelatin
Irish pennant
Irish pennants
Irish people
Irish person
Irish potato
Irish pound
Irish punt
Irish setter
Irish soda bread
Irish stew
Irish strawberry
Irish terrier
Irish twin
Irish twins
Irish water spaniel
Irish waterfall
Irish whiskey
Irish whisky
Irish wolfhound
Irishism
Irishisms

Literary usage of Irish punt

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Insurance Regulation and Supervision in Asia by Centre for Co-operation with Non-members (1999)
"... and the United Kingdom) and 65 percent of the claim amount or irish punt 650 000 whichever is less ..."

2. Ireland by Jenny Rees (2000)
"If in doubt, check in advance with the selected hotel. Prices Prices in the Republic of Ireland are given in irish punt - referred to in this guide as IS. ..."

3. University Research Management: Meeting the Institutional Challenge by Helen Connell (2004)
"... Higher Education Authority (1996), pp2. 51 Ibid. p66. 52 Government Publications Office, Dublin. All irish punt converted to euro. 54 White, op. cit., ..."

4. Egypt by Eva Ambros (2001)
"For orientation you can use the following (approximate) exchange rates: 1 US $ = LE 3.8: 1 Pound Sterling (UK) = LE 5.5; 1 irish punt = LE 4.4; ..."

5. Crete by Eva Apraku, Michele Macrakis, Reginald Hanicke, Matthias Eckolt (2001)
"... 545 Drs Euro = 340 Drs Australian Pound = 190 Drs irish punt = 432 Drs Euro: Just like the other eleven member states taking part in the single European ..."

6. Partners for Prosperity: The Group of Seven and the European Community by Alan Donnelly Mep, Heidi Ulrich (1994)
"... forced the British pound and the Italian lira to drop out of the system while the Spanish peseta, Portuguese escudo and the irish punt were devalued. ..."

7. Insurance Regulation and Supervision in Asia by Centre for Co-operation with Non-members (1999)
"... and the United Kingdom) and 65 percent of the claim amount or irish punt 650 000 whichever is less ..."

8. Ireland by Jenny Rees (2000)
"If in doubt, check in advance with the selected hotel. Prices Prices in the Republic of Ireland are given in irish punt - referred to in this guide as IS. ..."

9. University Research Management: Meeting the Institutional Challenge by Helen Connell (2004)
"... Higher Education Authority (1996), pp2. 51 Ibid. p66. 52 Government Publications Office, Dublin. All irish punt converted to euro. 54 White, op. cit., ..."

10. Egypt by Eva Ambros (2001)
"For orientation you can use the following (approximate) exchange rates: 1 US $ = LE 3.8: 1 Pound Sterling (UK) = LE 5.5; 1 irish punt = LE 4.4; ..."

11. Crete by Eva Apraku, Michele Macrakis, Reginald Hanicke, Matthias Eckolt (2001)
"... 545 Drs Euro = 340 Drs Australian Pound = 190 Drs irish punt = 432 Drs Euro: Just like the other eleven member states taking part in the single European ..."

12. Partners for Prosperity: The Group of Seven and the European Community by Alan Donnelly Mep, Heidi Ulrich (1994)
"... forced the British pound and the Italian lira to drop out of the system while the Spanish peseta, Portuguese escudo and the irish punt were devalued. ..."

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