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Liwra (kañina)

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Mamallaqta qullqiqta huk hukkaynin "liwra" (yana anqas) icha "lira" (k'anchaq anqas) mama llaqtakuna.

Liwra icha puqchu nisqaqa huk qullqiqta icha kañina sutin. Kunan pachapiqa wakin suyukunapim kay qullqi llamk'anku, ñawpaqtaqa achka suyukunapim llamk'akuq. Inlish simipi pound nisqaqa latin simipi lībra pondō, chaypi lībra nisqaqa "liwra, warkhu, puqchu" niyta munan, pondōtaq "llasaqwan" niyta munaq adwirpiyu.[1] [2] Qullqiqta simp'anqa £, yana qillqaqta istilisasqa rikch'aynin L () (liwramanta), pisichasqa simita rikuchinapaq chimpasqa.

Kay simiqa Inlishpampa suyupi chaskisqa karqan, qullqiqta llasanmanta,[3] ruwasqamanta 240 qullqikama,[4] qhipamantaq tukuy tukuy tikimuyuntinpi Hatun Qhapaq Suyu mitmakunaman mast'arikurqa. Qanchis pachak wata ñawpaqta qullqimanta qullqita ruraptinkupis, ñawpaq liwra qullqita Enrique VII nisqaqta kamachisqan 1489 watapi rurarqanku.[5]

Kunan pacha "liwra" sutiyuq qullqi hukkaykunata llamk'achiq mama llaqtakuna, suyukunapis[llamk'apuy | pukyuta llamk'apuy]

Suyu/hallp'a Kañina ISO 4217 yupa qillqa Istirlinaman watasqachu?
Ihiptu Ihiptumanta liwra EGP Manam
Malwinas wat'akuna Malwinas wat'akuna liwra FKP Arí
Gibraltar llaqta Gibraltar liwra GIP Arí
Wirnisi llaqta Wirnisi liwra GBP Arí
Man wat'a Man wat'a liwra GBP Arí
Jersey Jersey liwra GBP Arí
Lipanu Lipanu liwra LBP Manam
Santa Ilina, Asinsiyun, Tristan da Cunha Santa Ilina liwra SHP Arí
Urin Sudan Urin sudan liwra SSP Manam
Sudan Sudan liwra ODS Manam
Siriya Siriya liwra SYP Manam
Hukllachasqa Qhapaq Suyu Istirlina GBP N/A
British Antartida Hallp'a[6]
British Indiya mama quchaqta hallp'an [7]
Urin Hiyurhiya, Urin Sakta Wat'akuna [8]

Pukyukuna[llamk'apuy | pukyuta llamk'apuy]

  1. Harper, Douglas. Libra (n.)
  2. Harper, Douglas. pound (n.1)
  3. The Pound (mass) in question was a Tower pound (5,400 grains, 349.9 grams (11.25 troy ounces), about 0.77 avoirdupois pounds, also called the 'Moneyers' Pound' (referring to the Saxon moneyers before the Conquest). "In practice they" [the silver pennies] "varied considerably in weight and 240 of them seldom added up to a pound".
  4. "Pound sterling". Britannica. Archived from the original on 16 June 2008. Retrieved 22 July 2021. "Silver coins known as "sterlings" were issued in the Saxon kingdoms, 240 of them being minted from a pound of silver... Hence, large payments came to be reckoned in "pounds of sterlings," a phrase later shortened..."
  5. Lowther, Ed (14 February 2014). A short history of the pound
  6. Foreign and Commonwealth Office country profiles: British Antarctic Territory
  7. Foreign and Commonwealth Office country profiles: British Indian Ocean Territory
  8. Foreign and Commonwealth Office country profiles: South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands
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