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U+FDFC, ﷼
RIAL SIGN

[U+FDFB]
Arabic Presentation Forms-A
[U+FDFD]
See also: ريال and ریال

Arabic[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Spanish real.

Symbol[edit]

رِيَال (riyālm (plural رِيَالَات (riyālāt))

  1. riyal (the symbol for the official currency of Saudi Arabia and Qatar).
  2. rial (the symbol for the official currency of Iran, Oman, and Yemen).

See also[edit]

Currency signs

  • ؋ – afghani
  • ฿ – baht
  • ¢ – cent
  • – colón
  • – cedi
  • $ – dollar
  • – dong
  • ֏ - dram
  • – euro
  • ƒ – florin (also called guilder and gulden)
  • – guarani
  • - lari
  • – hryvnia
  • – kip
  • – lira (in Turkey)
  • – manat
  • – mill
  • – naira
  • – peso
  • £ – pound
  • – riyal
  • – riel
  • ރ – rufiyaa
  • – ruble
  • – rupee
  • – rupee
  • – Indian rupee
  • or taka (in Bangladesh)
  • – rupee (in Gujarat)
  • – new shekel
  • – tenge
  • – tugrik
  • – won
  • ¥ – yen

Formerly used currency signs

  • – austral
  • – ECU (European Currency Unit)
  • – cruzeiro
  • – drachma
  • – franc
  • – lira
  • – Livres Tournois
  • – mark
  • – peseta
  • – pfennig
  • – spesmilo

Persian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Arabic رِيَال (riyāl).

Symbol[edit]

(riâl)

  1. rial (the symbol for the official currency of Iran).