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See also: Abbasi
abbasi (plural abbasis)
- (historical) A silver coin of Persia, introduced by Safavid Shah Abbas in 16th century, worth about twenty cents.
- (historical) A Persian unit of weight, equivalent to approximately 12.8 oz.
- (historical) An Afghan bronze coin from the early 20th century, equivalent to four shahi.
- An unit of measurement for Afghan postage stamps.
Persian unit of weight