syli
noun (plural sylis) Etymology: Susu sílí, literally, elephant Date: 1974 the monetary unit of Guinea from 1972 to 1986

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  • Syli — („Elefant“) war von 1971 bis 1986 die Bezeichnung der Währung des westafrikanischen Staates Guinea. Syli bedeutet in der regionalen Sprache Susu und anderen westafrikanischen Sprachen Elefant, der zu dieser Zeit das Wappentier von Guinea war. Der …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • syli — ˈsēlē noun (plural syli or sylis) Etymology: Susu sílí, literally, elephant, a party and national symbol, from a nickname of Sékou Touré died 1982 Guinean political leader : the basic monetary unit of Guinea see money table in the Dict * * * …   Useful english dictionary

  • syli — /see lee/, n. an aluminum coin and monetary unit of Guinea, equal to 100 cauris: replaced the franc in 1972. * * * …   Universalium

  • syli — noun The monetary unit of Guinea between 1971 and 1985, subdivided into 100 cauris …   Wiktionary

  • syli — sy·li …   English syllables

  • Syli national — Équipe de Guinée de football Équipe de Guinée …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Guinean syli — Infobox Currency currency name in local = syli guinéen fr icon image 1 = Guinee 25Sylis.jpg image title 1 = 25 sylis of 1980 iso code = using countries = Guinea inflation rate = inflation source date = subunit ratio 1 = 1/100 subunit name 1 =… …   Wikipedia

  • sylingas — ×sylìngas, a adj. (1) K, J; Q221, SD69, H180, R, N, Sut, M, RtŽ galingas, stiprus: Jis labai sylìngas žmogus Šlu. Sylingesnì vyrai nieko nepadaro – ką ten tu toks krupis! Krš. Aš esu sylìngas ir greitas Sch242. Jus ponas sylinga ranka iš tę… …   Dictionary of the Lithuanian Language

  • šylimasis — šylìmasis sm. (1) NdŽ, šylimasis (1) NdŽ stengimasis …   Dictionary of the Lithuanian Language

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