Definition of Krans
1. krantz [n -ES] - See also: krantz
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Krans
krans (current term)
Literary usage of Krans
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Dues and Charges on Shipping in Foreign Ports: A Manual of Reference for the (1907)
"32 pools equal 1 kran, 10 krans equal 1 tooman. The Indian rupee and the German dollar are also current. Exchange.—The rate of exchange between rupees and ..."
2. The Merv Oasis: Travels and Adventures East of the Caspian During the Years by Edmund O'Donovan (1882)
"... —krans and tomans—Disputes about money— Turcoman measures—Recreations—The Turcomans and ' Punch'—Agha ..."
3. Dansk-norsk-engelsk Ordbog by Johannes Magnussen (1902)
"-trak, -tricking convulsions [pi]. Kran [c] crane, -afgift cranage. Kranium [n] cranium. t] crown with flowers. krans [c] wreath ..."
4. The Exceptional Child by Maximilian Paul Eugen Groszmann (1917)
"... TREATMENT FOR EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN By DOCTOR EDWARD S. krans, Plainfield, NJ The writer's experience has been limited to the groups of ..."
5. Norman's Universal Cambist: A Ready Reckoner of the World's Foreign and by John Henry Norman (1897)
"... krans. II. Another mode: find the grains of pure silver indicated by ... Persian krans by -122855 of one tael, which is the par of exchange with one ..."