Definition of Qintar

1. Noun. 100 qindarka equal 1 lek in Albania.

Exact synonyms: Qindarka
Generic synonyms: Albanian Monetary Unit
Group relationships: Lek



Definition of Qintar

1. Noun. (''plural: qindarka ''or'' qintars'') An Albanian coin equal to one hundredth of a lek. ¹

2. Noun. (''plural: qintars'') A unit of measure, which varies in value depending upon the product measured; for example, a qintar of cotton might be 160 kg of cotton, 50 kg of cotton lint; a qintar of lime, 65 kg. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Qintar

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

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Qintar

qigong
qigongs
qilianshanite
qilin
qilins
qin
qindar
qindarka
qindarkë
qindars
qinghaosu
qinghaosus
qingheiite
qingheiites
qins
qintar (current term)
qintars
qipao
qipaos
qiran
qirans
qis
qitianlingite
qiviut
qiviuts
qiyas
ql
qof
qool
qoph

Literary usage of Qintar

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1. A Concise Etymological Dictionary of the English Language by Walter William Skeat (1900)
"(F. — Span. — Arab. — L.) F. quintal ^Cot.'4 — Span, quintal. — Arab, qintar, a weigh: of i oo Ibs. — L. centum, a hundred. Centaur. ..."

2. An Etymological Dictionary of the French Language: Crowned by the French Academy by Auguste Brachet (1882)
"... which from Ar. qintar (§ 3°)- t Quinte, s/, a musical fifth; from It. gain/a (§ 25). Quinte, s/, a fit of coughing; from L. quinta, sn. hora,at the ..."

3. تفسير معاني القرآن الكريم باللغة by Taqī al-Dīn Hilālī, الهلالي، تقي الدين, Muhammad Muhsin Khan, Muḥammad ibn Ismāʻīl Bukhārī, Ṭabar&# (1997)
"v qintar (a great amount of wealth), will readily pay it back; and among them there is he who, if ^_ ^" entrusted with a single silver coin, will not repay ..."

4. Date Growing in the Old World and the New by Paul Bowman Popenoe, Charles L. Bennett (1913)
"qintar, colloquially Al Guntar, The Hundredweight, probably referring to its yield. One of the attractive Persian Gulf varieties recently introduced to the ..."

5. Sacred Writings by Confucius (1910)
"A ' talent,' qintar, is used for any very large sum, a dinar (' denarius ') was a gold coin worth about 10 shillings. ..."

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