Definition of Miskals

1. Noun. (plural of miskal) ¹



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Definition of Miskals

1. miskal [n] - See also: miskal

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Miskals

misjoin
misjoinder
misjoinders
misjoined
misjoining
misjoins
misjudge
misjudged
misjudgement
misjudgements
misjudges
misjudging
misjudgment
misjudgments
miskal
miskals (current term)
miskeep
miskeeping
miskeeps
misken
miskenned
miskenning
miskens
miskent
miskept
miskey
miskeyed
miskeying
miskeys
miskick

Literary usage of Miskals

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1. The Hedaya, Or Guide: A Commentary on the Mussulman Laws by ʻAlī ibn Abī Bakr] [al-Marghīnānī, Charles Hamilton (1870)
"THERE is no Zakat on fewer than twenty miskals of gold, this sum being the smallest ... WHEN* the quantity of gold exceeds twenty miskals, on every four ..."

2. Tate's Modern Cambist: A Manual of Foreign Exchanges and Bullion, with the by William Tate, Harry Tucker Easton (1908)
"The Meshed man = 665 miskals, or about 6-80 Ib. The Maragha man = 1380 miskals, or about 14-12 Ib. 2A Maragha man = 1 poud. ..."

3. Hand-book of the Economic Products of the Punjab: With a Combined Index and by Baden Henry Baden-Powell (1872)
"It is so valuable that a judge of diamonds valued it as half the daily expenses J of the ' whole world ; it is about 8 miskals in weight. ..."

4. History of India by Sir William Wilson Hunter, Sir Alfred Comyn Lyall, Vincent Arthur Smith, Henry Miers Elliot, Stanley Lane-Poole, Romesh Chunder Dutt, Abraham Valentine Williams Jackson (1907)
"On another there was a sapphire purer than water and more sparkling than crystal; the weight was 450 miskals (nearly six pounds Troy). ..."

5. Sand-buried Ruins of Khotan: Personal Narrative of a Journey of by Mark Aurel Stein, Aurel Stein (1904)
"The Chinese currency with its ' Sers' or ' Tels,' ' miskals ' and ' Fens,' arranged on a plain decimal system, would be as convenient as can be desired. ..."

6. Journal of a Diplomate's Three Years' Residence in Persia by Edward Backhouse Eastwick (1864)
"The blood comes thick, discoloured, and weakly, and he looks as if he were dying; only have courage to take seventy or a hundred miskals, and the blood ..."

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