noun pru·tah \prü-ˈtä\
plural pru·toth \-ˈtōt, -ˈtōth, -ˈtōs\ or pru·tot \-ˈtōt, -ˈtōs\

Definition of PRUTAH

:  a former monetary unit of Israel equivalent to 11000 pound
:  a coin representing one prutah

Variants of PRUTAH

pru·tah or pru·ta \prü-ˈtä\

Origin of PRUTAH

Modern Hebrew pĕrūṭāh, from Late Hebrew, a small coin
First Known Use: 1949


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