noun (plural tyiyn) Etymology: Kirghiz tɨyɨn kopeck, literally, squirrel, squirrel skin (formerly used as currency) Date: 1993 — see som at money table

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  • tyiyn — noun 100 tyiyn equal 1 som in Kyrgyzstan • Hypernyms: ↑Kyrgyzstani monetary unit * * * tēˈyēn noun (plural tyiyn) : a monetary unit of Kyrgyzstan equal to 1/100 som see money table in the Dict …   Useful english dictionary

  • tyiyn — tyi·yn (tyē ĭnʹ) n. pl. tyiyn See table at currency.   [Kyrgyz.] * * * …   Universalium

  • Tyiyn — Dieser Artikel erläutert die kirgisische Währung; Der Soʻm ist die usbekische Währung, gelegentlich vereinfacht ebenfalls Som geschrieben. Weitere Bedeutungen siehe SOM. Som Land: Kirgisistan Unterteilung: 100 Tyjyn ISO 4217 Code: KGS …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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  • tyiyn — A monetary unit of Kyrgyzstan, worth one hundredth of a som …   Big dictionary of business and management

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