qapik

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Etymology[edit]

From Azeri qəpik.

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qapik (plural qapiks or qapik)

  1. A unit of currency equivalent to a hundredth of an Azerbaijani manat.
    • 2006, Howard M. Berlin, World Monetary Units: An Historical Dictionary, page 17:
      In 1992 it reformed its system and introduced the manat (also spelled man'at), equal to 10 rubles, and divisible into 100 qapik (also qepiq). According to Islamic lore, Manat was the daughter of Allah.
    • 2010, Warman's World Coins Field Guide: Values & Identification, page 207:
      European coins
      Azerbaijan
      1992 10 Qapik, eight-pointed star (AL)
      1993 20 Qapik, crescent and star (AL)
      1996 50 Manat, Mohammed Fuzuli (S)
    • 2012, Azerbaijan Export Catalogue (2012), page 10:
      1 manat = 100 qapik
    • 2013, Discover Bosnia, page 88, section From the Airport, subsection Azerbaijan:
      Bus 116 runs every 30 minutes, [] The fare is 30 qapik (€0.30).
    • 2014 June 2, Caucasian Business Week, 56, page 11:
      [] and reach all destinations for 5 qapiks per minute.
    • 2014, Re-Membering Karabakh, page 343:
      It is subdivided into 100 qapik.

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