rial

1
[ree-awl, -ahl]

Origin of rial

1
1930–35; < Persian < Arabic riyāl riyal

rial

2
[rahy-uh l]
noun
  1. ryal.

rial

3
[ree-awl, -ahl]
noun
  1. riyal.

ryal

or ri·al

[rahy-uh l]
noun
  1. rose noble.
  2. a former gold coin of Scotland, equal to 60 shillings.
  3. a former silver coin of Scotland, equal to 30 shillings.

Origin of ryal

1350–1400; Middle English (Scots): royal
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rial

noun
  1. the standard monetary unit of Iran
  2. the standard monetary unit of Oman, divided into 1000 baizas
  3. another name for riyal

Word Origin for rial

C14: from Persian, from Arabic riyāl riyal
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