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somoni

noun \ˌsō-mō-ˈnē\
plural somoni

Definition of SOMONI

— see money table

Origin of SOMONI

Tajik somonī, from Ismoil Somonī (Abū Ibrāhīm Ismāīl) dieda.d. 907 ruler of an early Muslim dynasty in northern and eastern Iranian lands
First Known Use: 2000

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