Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A currency of Ceylon in the seventeenth century, consisting of pieces of pure silver twisted into the form of fish-hooks. Similar “coins” of silver wire were made in Lar, Persia, and were called
larins; specimens also circulated in the Maldive islands. Some of the larins bear a brief inscription in Arabic letters.
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