abasi (plural abasis)
- The monetary unit of Afghanistan during the 19th century, valued at of a rupee.
1818, Christopher Dubost, The elements of commerce, page 405:
- PERSIA. / In this empire of Asia, accounts are kept in tomans, each toman consisting of 1000 dinars-bisti, each of which is 12 dinars. The toman is divided into 50 abasis, 100 mamudis, 20 zaejiers, 1000 dinars-bisti, 2000 kabesquis, or 10000 dinar*. ... Silver monies are generally reckoned by bags of 50 tomans, or 2500 abasis, 100 mamudis of Avesa, or Avisa
- abasia (An incapacity to walk)