tugrik

or tu·ghrik, tu·khrik

[ too-grik ]
/ ˈtu grɪk /

noun

an aluminum-bronze or cupronickel coin and monetary unit of the Mongolian People's Republic, equal to 100 mongo.

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Origin of tugrik

From the modern Mongolian word tögrög, tögrig literally, “circle, disk”
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British Dictionary definitions for tugrik

tugrik

tughrik

/ (ˈtuːˌɡriːk) /

noun

the standard monetary unit of Mongolia, divided into 100 möngös

Word Origin for tugrik

from Mongolian
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