maravedí

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Spanish[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Old Spanish marauedi, moravedi, morauedi, from Arabic مُرَابِطِين(murābiṭīn, literally holy men), plural form of مُرَابِط(murābiṭ), a name applied to the Berber rulers of Muslim Spain.

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Noun[edit]

maravedí m (plural maravedís or maravedíes or maravedises)

  1. (historical) maravedi

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