sheqel


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sheq·el

also shek·el  (shĕk′əl)
n. pl. sheq·al·im (shĕk′ə-lĭm) also shekels
See Table at currency.

[Hebrew šeqel; see shekel.]
Translations
shekel
sjekel
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