# How do you identify coins in other countries?

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## How do you identify coins in other countries?

How to identify and find the value of your foreign coins

- Determine the country of origin. Look for a country name on the coin.
- Once you have a good idea of the country, return to the Home Page and select that country from the menu box by the flashing.
- When you find your coin type, Click the green dollar sign.

## How do you read dates on Arabic coins?

Although Arabic is written from right to left, in contrast with English’s left to right, the Islamic dates (numbers) are written from left to right. If “Ù.” appears after the date, then the date is Gregorian. If “Ù‡Ù€” appears after the date, then the date is Hijri (Islamic).

## How do I know what coin I have?

How do I identify my coin?

- First, find the date of the coin and notice the language of any text on the coin.
- If the text is in a language you understand or can translate, this can help identify what region this coin is from.
- Third, notice the denomination if it is found on the coin.

## How are dates written in Arabic?

Short dates are written in “Day/month/year” from; when writing in Arabic and English: For Gregorian calendar: ١٦/١٢/٢٠١٣ميلادي or 16/12/2013.

## What is the best Arabic translator?

- Google translate.
- Bing translate.
- Free translation.
- bab.la Dictionary.
- Egyptian Arabic Dictionary.
- WordReference.
- Lexilogos.
- Cambridge English-Arabic Dictionary.

## Which month is now in Arabic?

Islamic date today – Hijri date today – Arabic date today

Today | Saturday |
---|---|

GREGORIAN date | 22 / 05 / 2021 |

Hijri Month | Shawwal |

GREGORIAN month | May |

Number of days in Hijri Month | 29 |

## What is the number 4 in Arabic?

Numbers 1-10( أ رقام١٠-١)

Arabic Numeral | Transcription | English Numeral |
---|---|---|

٤ | arbi3a | 4 |

٥ | khamsa | 5 |

٦ | sitta | 6 |

٧ | sab3a | 7 |

## What does 6 mean in Arabic?

See my post on letter changes in colloquial Arabic.) 3 – ع 5 — خ 6 — ط

## How do you say 2 in Arabic?

Start with the words for numbers 1 through 5.

- One is wahid (waah-heet) (واحد).
- Two is itnan (ihth-naan) (إثنان).
- Three is talata (theh-lah-theh) (ثلاثة).
- Four is arba’a (ahr-uh-bah-ah) (أربع).
- Five is hamsa (hahm-sah) (خمسة). Note that the h has a guttural pronunciation.

## Why are Arabic numbers different?

The reason the digits are more commonly known as “Arabic numerals” in Europe and the Americas is that they were introduced to Europe in the 10th century by Arabic-speakers of North Africa, who were then using the digits from Libya to Morocco.

## Why Arabs do not use Arabic numerals?

In the Arabic numeral system, we use decimal points (.) to indicate parts of a whole integer. For obvious reasons, Arabs using Hindi format could not use a decimal point like their fellow English speakers since it would be confused with the number zero, also denoted as a dot.

## Does everyone use Arabic numerals?

The Arabic or Hindu-Arabic numeral system is the most common numeral system and is used almost everywhere, according to Encyclopedia Britannica. It was introduced to Europe in about the 12th century.

## Are numbers Arabic or Indian?

Hindu-Arabic numerals, set of 10 symbols—1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 0—that represent numbers in the decimal number system. They originated in India in the 6th or 7th century and were introduced to Europe through the writings of Middle Eastern mathematicians, especially al-Khwarizmi and al-Kindi, about the 12th century.

## What did Europe use before Arabic numerals?

Previously the use of numbers indi, Arab scientists used the Babylonian number system while the Arab traders used the decimal numbering system “abjad” that led to each of the 28 letters of the Arabic alphabet a numerical value.