See also: rúpia

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NounEdit

rupia ‎(plural rupias)

  1. Formerly the currencies of Italian Somaliland and Portuguese India.
  2. (pathology) An ulcer due to syphilis.

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FinnishEdit

Etymology 1Edit

NounEdit

rupia

  1. Partitive plural form of rupi.

Etymology 2Edit

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rupia

  1. rupee
  2. rupia
DeclensionEdit
Inflection of rupia (Kotus type 12/kulkija, no gradation)
nominative rupia rupiat
genitive rupian rupioiden
rupioitten
partitive rupiaa rupioita
illative rupiaan rupioihin
singular plural
nominative rupia rupiat
accusative nom. rupia rupiat
gen. rupian
genitive rupian rupioiden
rupioitten
rupiainrare
partitive rupiaa rupioita
inessive rupiassa rupioissa
elative rupiasta rupioista
illative rupiaan rupioihin
adessive rupialla rupioilla
ablative rupialta rupioilta
allative rupialle rupioille
essive rupiana rupioina
translative rupiaksi rupioiksi
instructive rupioin
abessive rupiatta rupioitta
comitative rupioineen

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EtymologyEdit

From Hindi रुपीया ‎(rupīyā), variant of रुपया ‎(rupayā)/Urdu رپيا ‎(rupayā), from Sanskrit रूप्यक ‎(rūpyaka, silver coin), from रूप्य ‎(rūpya, wrought silver).

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rupia f ‎(plural rupie)

  1. rupia
  2. rupee (former currency)

PortugueseEdit

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rupia f (plural rupias)

  1. rupee (currency unit used in India, Pakistan and other countries)

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NounEdit

rupia f ‎(plural rupias)

  1. Any of several current and historical currencies, including the rupee, rupiah, and rupia.

SwahiliEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowing from Hindi रुपीया ‎(rupīyā).

NounEdit

rupia (n class, plural rupia)

  1. The rupee, an Indian unit of currency formerly used in East Africa.
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