Difference between revisions of "Aswingtonian manat"

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|code                = ASM
|code                = ASM
|nickname            =  
|nickname            =  
|plural              = Doubloons ([[w:Portuguese language|PT]]: ''Dobrões'')
|plural              =  
|subunit              = [[w:centavo|Dobra]]
|subunit              = [[w:Kopeck|kopeck]]
|coins                = 20, 50 kopecks
|coins                = 20, 50 kopecks
|banknotes            = 1, 5, 10, 20 manats
|banknotes            = 1, 5, 10, 20 manats
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The '''manat''' is the currency of [[Aswington]]. The currency is divided into 100 [[w:kopek|kopecks]].
The '''manat''' is the currency of [[Aswington]]. The currency is divided into 100 [[w:kopek|kopecks]].


[[Category:Currencies]] [[Category:Economics]] [[Category:Aswington]]
== Etymology ==
The word manat derived from the word "[[w:Moneta|Moneta]]" (Latin Monēta) In Roman mythology, was a title given to two separate goddesses: the goddess of memory, and was an epithet of Juno, called Juno Moneta. The latter's name is a source of numerous words in English and other European languages, including the words "money" and "mint".
 
The name was used as a designation for the [[w:Soviet ruble|Soviet ruble]] in the [[w:Azeri language|Azeri]] and [[w:Turkmen language|Turkmen]] languages.
 
== Coins ==
 
== Banknotes ==
 
== References ==
 
== See also ==
 
[[Category:Currencies]]  
[[Category:Economics]]  
[[Category:Aswington]]

Revision as of 23:25, 5 May 2021

Aswingtonian manat
Demographics

The manat is the currency of Aswington. The currency is divided into 100 kopecks.

Etymology

The word manat derived from the word "Moneta" (Latin Monēta) In Roman mythology, was a title given to two separate goddesses: the goddess of memory, and was an epithet of Juno, called Juno Moneta. The latter's name is a source of numerous words in English and other European languages, including the words "money" and "mint".

The name was used as a designation for the Soviet ruble in the Azeri and Turkmen languages.

Coins

Banknotes

References

See also