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tical

[ ti-kahl, -kawl, tee-kuhl ]
/ tɪˈkɑl, -ˈkɔl, ˈti kəl /
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noun, plural ti·cals, ti·cal.
a former silver coin and monetary unit of Siam, equal to 100 satang: replaced in 1928 by the baht.
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Origin of tical

1655–65; <Thai <Portuguese <Malay tikal
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British Dictionary definitions for tical

tical
/ (tɪˈkɑːl, -ˈkɔːl, ˈtiːkəl) /

noun plural -cals or -cal
the former standard monetary unit of Thailand, replaced by the baht in 1928
a unit of weight, formerly used in Thailand, equal to about half an ounce or 14 grams

Word Origin for tical

C17: via Siamese and Portuguese from Malay tikal monetary unit
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