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pul

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noun, plural puls, pu·li [poo-lee]. /ˈpu li/.
a coin and monetary unit of Afghanistan, one 100th of an afghani.
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Origin of pul

First recorded in 1925–30; from Persian pūl, from Turkish pul
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British Dictionary definitions for pul

pul
/ (puːl) /

noun plural puls or puli (ˈpuːlɪ)
an Afghan monetary unit worth one hundredth of an afghani

Word Origin for pul

via Persian from Turkish: small coin, from Late Greek phollis bag for money, from Latin follis bag
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