tet·ri | \ˈte-trē \
variants: or less commonly thetri
plural tetri also thetri

Definition of tetri 

a monetary subunit of the lari — see lari at Money Table

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The idea started because the artists used to play Tetris at the studio on a gray Game Boy. Olivia Solon, WIRED, "Design Duo Re-Creates Classic 1980s Devices Using Paper," 17 Sep. 2011

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First Known Use of tetri

1994, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for tetri

Georgian, literally, white, silver, a silver coin

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The first known use of tetri was in 1994

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one that holds something together

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