- runyon, damon,
- rupert's land,
- rupert, prince,
- rupes altai,
Origin of rupee
Examples from the Web for rupee
The rupee is falling in part because foreign investors have decided this is a bad time to be investing in India.
He praised her warmly, presented her with a rupee, and offered further instructions.Tales of Bengal|S. B. Banerjea
A pot nearly full of water was boiled, some cow-dung and sacred rice added, and a rupee placed in the pot.
Her labour in the field is considered to be worth one rupee per day, while an average male Badaga earns merely three annas.
It is a smaller coin than the kaldar, or Indian rupee, being about the size of a shilling.At the Court of the Amr|John Alfred Gray
The appearances are very promising, for a handful of the earth on the surface will, by being washed, produce the value of a rupee.
Word Origin for rupee
Indian coin, 1610s, from Hindi or Urdu rupiyah, from Sanskrit rupyah "wrought silver," perhaps originally "something provided with an image, a coin," from rupah "shape, likeness, image."