Tarì

A tarì (طري lit. `fresh` or `newly minted money` in Arabic) was the Christian designation of a type of gold coin of Islamic origin minted in Sicily, Malta and South Italy from about 913 to 1859. ==History== In the Islamic world, this type of coin was designated under the name ruba`i, or quarter-dinar, as it weighed 1.05g of gold. The ruba...
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Tari

[Kashmiri tribe] Tari (Hindi: तरी, Urdu: تاری) is a Kashmiri tribe and family name in the Kashmir region of India and Pakistan. ...
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Tari

Broth like curry
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Tari

Indian food terms > Tari
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