Character 5
Hyphenation di nar
Pronunciations /ˈdiːnɑː(ɹ)/

Definitions and meanings of "Dinar"

What do we mean by dinar?

Any of several units of gold and silver currency formerly used in the Middle East. noun

The name of a gold coin issued by the califs of Damascus: it was also applied to the gold coins of various Arab dynasties, and was the generic name of Arab gold coins. noun

A money of account in Persia, equal to one ten thousandth of the tuman. noun

A current silver coin of Servia, equal to 100 paras or about 20 United States cents. noun

A petty money of accounts of Persia; 100 dinars consituted a rial. noun

An ancient gold coin of the East, issued by various Islamic countries. noun

The unit of currency of Yugoslavia. One dinar equals 100 paras. Abbreviated Din. noun

Name of official currency of several countries, including Algeria, Bahrain, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Libya, Serbia and Tunisia. noun

A coin or note worth one dinar. noun

The basic unit of money in Algeria noun

The basic unit of money in Kuwait; equal 1,000 fils noun

The basic unit of money in Jordan; equal to 1,000 fils noun

The basic unit of money in Libya noun

100 dinars equal 1 rial in Iran noun

The basic unit of money in Yugoslavia noun

The basic unit of money in Tunisia noun

The basic unit of money in Iraq; equal to 1,000 fils noun

The basic unit of money in Bahrain; equal to 1,000 fils noun

The official currency of several countries, including Algeria, Bahrain, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Libya, Serbia and Tunisia.

An ancient Arab gold coin of 65 grains in weight.

Currency of some middle eastern countries. Iraqi Dinar abbreviation IQD IQD...Acronym: Intelligence Quotient Deficiency Deenar....redneck dinner. Dinar....redneck diner Dinarian....person that speculates dinar currency Dinarectomy....a procedure in which when valid clear concise information is received and the meaning can be understood in its entirety. Better know as an “Ah ha moment”. Dinaritive....a summarization of the ReCRAP. See Urban Dictionary definition of CRAP Dinarlings....Women of the dinar chat world Dinarlins....Southern Belles of the dinar chat world Dinarist....someone who consistently plays with their dinar Dinarbrarian....keeper of the guru liesbrary archive Dinarology....the area of study surrounding the dinar Dinarologist....seekers of truth and fact, , not to be confused with the practice maintained by most gurus and all pumpers Related latin terms: ignorantia crapolus gurus ignorantius dinarus non excusat Urban Dictionary

Dinar is our god he created everything and creates everything and the solar system spins around his very long cock Urban Dictionary

Troll Urban Dictionary

A nice man with a good heart. Someone who is loving and caring. In addition no girls like him. Most “Dinar’s” don’t have emotions or fakes a smile. He falls in love easily. Although he is a nice guy. He has no problem leaving a nigga 6 feet deep with the victims mom crying. Urban Dictionary

When a group of grown American military males sabotage a unit of Arabian currency (dinar) with a hidden poop chunk and place it on the ground in a well traveled area. An Arabian man wearing a man-dress will approach and look at the dinar he wants so badly, but is too proud to bend over and grab at first sight. After some reconnaissance and contemplation, the guy in the man-dress will discreetly pick up the dinar as the American males giggle ferociously from the ambush vehicle. This act is similar to the emplacement of an IED, but the joke is on Hadj. When the Arabian man discovers his dinar is a "brownback", sometimes he will get mad and throw it in animated displeasure. But, sometimes he will smile devilishly and place his new treasure in the pocket of his white man-dress to the shock and awe of the saboteurs. Urban Dictionary

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The word "dinar" in example sentences

Lane (iii. 235), noting that the dinar is worth 170 ❋ Unknown (2006)

Paper bullets, he calls the dinar bills, funding cleanup projects and spending in the local stores. ❋ Unknown (2007)

Still, no one's calling the dinar a risk-free investment. ❋ Unknown (2004)

I have sought all day for Ahmad al-Danaf’s barrack, but none would direct me thereto; so this dinar is thine an thou wilt guide me thither. ❋ Unknown (2006)

Simply stated, if one believes the current chaos engulfing Iraq will eventually be replaced by a stable, effective government, then the dinar ought to be a good buy. ❋ Unknown (2004)

Since the ouster of President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali more than a year ago, the Tunisian dinar, which is pegged to a basket of currencies, has lost 4.9 percent, the most among North African currencies tracked by Bloomberg. ❋ Unknown (2012)

The steady decline of the Serbian dinar, which is close to the symbolic threshold of 100 dinars for war and passions of an anti-establishment movement are still fresh, will stage the ❋ Unknown (2010)

The steady decline of the Serbian dinar, which is close to the symbolic threshold of 100 dinars for ❋ Unknown (2010)

The total cost for the project is 381 million Iraqi dinar, which is $330,000. ❋ Unknown (2009)

FWIW, in Catalan the midday meal is called "dinar". ❋ DC (2007)

I certainly remember "dinar" in fairly recent titles. ❋ Unknown (2010)

The Umayyad gold dinar from the Islamic year 105h 723 A.D. fetched £3.7 million, far above an estimate of £300,000-£400,000. ❋ Margaret Studer (2011)

"If the Serbian dinar tanks," for instance, borrowers there would still have to pay back their loans, so the lender would "take the hit," says Brian Cox, chief executive of the Washington-based hedging firm MFX. ❋ Chana Schoenberger (2011)

Further, while the book's cover claims royalties were sent to organizations that prevented honor killings, none of these existing groups in Jordan have apparently received a penny or a dinar. ❋ Dan Lybarger (2010)

In Tunisia, former President Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali had pledged in 2004 that the dinar would become fully convertible by 2009, but still was promising this in 2010, Citigroup notes. ❋ Richard Barley (2011)

This means that the actual number of passengers who have paid the quarter of a dinar for the fare are just four people, despite the fact that the train has a capacity for 300 passengers. ❋ Unknown (2009)

Never buy [dinar] for a redneck, they will never leave you alone. compilation of members of [IQD] [BPD] ❋ Justpassntime (2011)

Person 1 : Oh who's [god]? Person 2 : Well it's [dinar] [of course]!! ❋ Memer42666boilmaoimfunny (2018)

[you're a] [dinar] ❋ Jokesdidi (2021)

“Dinar” [is crazy] 🙂 ❋ Maybe Just Maybe (2021)

"Yeah we went out to [JJ's] last night here in Bahrain and didn't score any ass so we hooked up some poop-dinars for [hadj] before fucking up some schwarmas and racing off [to Jim's] Castle" ❋ Nugget Emplacer (2009)

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