mohur

noun
mo·​hur | \ ˈmō-ər, mə-ˈhu̇r \

Definition of mohur

: a former gold coin of India and Persia equal to 15 rupees

First Known Use of mohur

circa 1615, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for mohur

Hindi & Urdu muhr gold coin, seal, from Persian, from Middle Persian; akin to Sanskrit mudrā seal

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