- formerly, a coin and monetary unit of Yugoslavia, equal to 100 paras. Abbreviation: Din.
- a coin and monetary unit of Macedonia and Serbia, equal to 100 paras.
Origin of dinar
Examples from the Web for dinar
The Chinese ships pay here a thousand drams for duties, whereas others pay only from one dinar to ten.
I forgive thee gladly thy ransom, neither shall I ever ask even a dinar from thee, but thou canst repay me!Hero Tales and Legends of the Serbians|Woislav M. Petrovitch
Here the eldest nephew said respectfully and with an inclination of the head: Pray, uncle, what is a dinar?
I could not, I fear, make one dinar by any one of the methods you suggest.
British Dictionary definitions for dinar
Word Origin for dinar
Word Origin and History for dinar
Middle Eastern unit of currency, 1630s, from Arabic dinar, from late Greek denarion, from Latin denarius (see denarius).