A kran is a Persian coin worth about ten cents; can you figure out how much Mohammed earned in a month?
I, too, might go with them on paying fifty kran for the hire of a mule; food and drink I must provide for myself.
Cran, kran, n. a measure of capacity in Scotland for herrings when just taken out of the net.
The values are given in thousands of kran, sixty kran equaling one pound sterling.
He consented to accompany me if I paid him twenty-five kran a day.
Well, then, pay us ten kran apiece, and you shall pass the frontier all the same.
To avoid further unpleasantness I went to the governor, who for six kran gave me a passport.
The charge is one kran, or under exceptional circumstances two.