anybody of several small coins, distributed across the east Mediterranean area through the twelfth to 17th centuries.
The harsh respiration; a mark (ʽ) placed over an initial vowel noise or over ρ to demonstrate it is aspirated, which, pronounced with h before it; therefore "ws, pronounced hōs, "rh`twr, pronounced hrā"tōr.
A Turkish cash of account (previously a coin), of small worth; the 120th element of a piaster.
In Greek sentence structure, a sign (′ ) put before or higher a preliminary vowel or ρ to exhibit that it's aspirated, which, pronounced as if h preceded it; the rough respiration. Therefore, ο=ς = hos; ῤίς = hris.
a vintage Egyptian and Turkish silver money: today just a money of account.