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EtymologyEdit

Borrowing from Greek τράχωμα (tráchoma, dowry given in money), from Byzantine Greek τραχύ (trakhú, trachy, a kind of Byzantine silver coin, literally rough, eneven), neuter of τραχύς (trakhús, rough, eneven), referring to the concavity of the coins.

NounEdit

drahoma (definite accusative drahomayı, plural drahomalar)

  1. (for Christians and Jews in Turkey) property or payment given by a wife to a husband at the time of marriage, dowry.

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