noun or adjective see Zanzibar

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  • Zanzibari — 1. noun a native, or inhabitant of Zanzibar 2. adjective of, or relating to Zanzibar or its inhabitants …   Wiktionary

  • zanzibari — zan·zi·ba·ri …   English syllables

  • zanzibari — | ̷ ̷ ̷ ̷|bärē noun ( s) Usage: capitalized Etymology: Arabic zanjibārīy of or relating to Zanzibar, from Zanjibār Zanzibar 1. : the Arabic dialect spoken in Zanzibar 2. : a native or resident of Zanzibar …   Useful english dictionary

  • Zanzibari rupee — The rupee ( ar. روپيه) was the currency of Zanzibar from 1908 to December 31, 1935. It was subdivided into 100 cents (Arabic: سنت).HistoryThe rupee replaced the Zanzibari ryal at a rate of 2⅛ rupees = 1 ryal and was equivalent to the Indian rupee …   Wikipedia

  • Zanzibari ryal — The ryal ( ar. ريال) was the currency of Zanzibar between 1882 and 1908. It was subdivided into 136 pysa and circulated alongside the Indian rupee and Maria Theresa thaler. The ryal was replaced by the rupee at 2⅛ rupees = 1 ryal.CoinsIn 1882… …   Wikipedia

  • The Zanzibari — (Нунгви,Объединенная Республика Танзания) Категория отеля: 4 звездочный отель Адрес: N …   Каталог отелей

  • Zanzibar — Zanzibari, adj., n. /zan zeuh bahr , zan zeuh bahr /, n. 1. an island off the E coast of Africa: with Pemba and adjacent small islands it formerly comprised a sultanate under British protection; became independent in 1963; now part of Tanzania.… …   Universalium

  • Anglo–Zanzibar War — Infobox Military Conflict conflict=Anglo–Zanzibar War partof= caption=Sultan s harem after the bombardment date=9:02–9:40 am EAT (6:02–6:40 UTC), 27 August 1896#tag:ref|Several durations are given by sources, including 38,Harvnb|Hernon|2003|p=403 …   Wikipedia

  • Lloyd Mathews — Infobox Person name = Lloyd Mathews caption = birth date = 7 March 1850 birth place = Funchal, Madeira death date = 11 October 1901 death place = Zanzibar other names = known for = occupation = Naval Officer and politician nationality =… …   Wikipedia

  • Historia de Zanzíbar — Zanzíbar ha estado habitado durante al menos 20.000 años; su historia escrita comienza cuando el archipiélago se convirtió en un lugar de paso para los comerciantes que viajaban entre Arabia, India y África. La isla de Unguja ofrecía un puerto… …   Wikipedia Español

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