کرنسی علامت

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یورو علامت

کرنسی علامت (Currency symbol) ایک کرنسی کے نام کے لیے استعمال ایک ترسیمی علامت ہے۔

فہرست[ترمیم]

علامت استعمال نوٹس
¤¤ ZzzGeneric currency sign Used when the correct symbol is not available
Afg ؋ Afghaniافغان افغانی
ArAr AriaryMalagasy ariary[1]
B ฿ BahtThai baht
BZB/. BalboaPanamanian balboa
BrBr BirrEthiopian birr

Belarusian ruble
BsBs. BolivianoVenezuelan bolívar

Bolivian boliviano
Bolívar sometimes Bs.F.
BsFBs.F. BolivarVenezuelan bolívar variant Usually Bs.
C1 GH₵ CediGhana cedi
c1 ¢ cent1cent, centavo, &c. A centesimal subdivision of currencies such as the امریکی ڈالر, the Canadian dollar, and the Mexican peso. (See article.)

See also c
c2 c cent2cent &c. variant Preferred by currencies such as the آسٹریلوی ڈالر, New Zealand, جنوبی افریقی رانڈ cents; the West African CFA centime; and the divisions of the euro.

See also ¢
chCh. chhertumBhutanese chhertum A centesimal division of the ngultrum.
C2 ColonCosta Rican colón, symbol was also used for the Salvadoran colón. The Salvadoran colón was discontinued in 2001 and it was replaced by the امریکی ڈالر.
D1D DalasiGambian dalasi
Denден DenarMacedonian denar Latin form: DEN
DAدج DinarAAlgerian dinar Latin form: DA
DB.د.ب DinarBBahraini dinar Latin form: BD
IDد.ع DinarIIraqi dinar
JDJD DinarJJordanian dinar
DKد.ك DinarKکویتی دینار Latin form: K.D.
LDل.د DinarLLibyan dinar Latin form: LD
Dinдин DinarSSerbian dinar Latin form: din.
DTد.ت DinarTTunisian dinar Latin form: DT
DMد.م. DirhamMMoroccan dirham Latin forms: DH or Dhs
DHد.إ DirhamUUnited Arab Emirates dirham Latin forms: DH or Dhs
DbDb DobraSão Tomé and Príncipe dobra
S1$ Dollarآسٹریلوی ڈالر (A$), Bahamian (B$), Barbadian (Bds$), Belizean (BZ$), Bermudian (BD$), Brunei (B$), Canadian (Can$), Cayman Islands (CI$), مشرقی کیریبین ڈالر (EC$), Fiji (FJ$), Guyanese (G$),[2] Hong Kong (HK$/元/圓), Jamaican (J$), Kiribati, Liberian, Linden Dollar (سیکنڈ لائف virtual world) (L$ or LD$), Namibian (N$), New Zealand (NZ$), Singaporean (S$), Solomon Islands (SI$), Surinamese (SRD), Taiwanese (NT$/元/圓), Trinidad and Tobago (TT$), Tuvaluan, امریکی ڈالر (US$), and Zimbabwean (Z$) dollars

Argentine, چلین پیسہ (CLP$), Colombian (COL$), Cuban ($MN), Cuban convertible (CUC$), Dominican (RD$), Mexican (Mex$), and Uruguayan ($U) pesos

Nicaraguan córdoba (C$)

Brazilian real (R$)

Tongan paʻanga
May appear with either one or two bars (Double-barred dollar sign.svg), both of which currently share the same Unicode space.

Kiribati and Tuvalu's dollars are pegged 1:1 with the Australian dollar.

Brunei's dollar is pegged 1:1 with the Singaporean dollar.

See also MOP$ and WS$
Unicode: See $ for variants.
D2 DongVietnamese đồng U+20AB Vietnamese Dong sign
D3Armenian dram sign.svg DramArmenian dram U+058F ֏ Armenian Dram sign
EscEsc EscudoCape Verdean escudo Also the double-barred dollar sign (cifrão): Double-barred dollar sign.svg
E Euroیورو In addition to the members of the eurozone, the Vatican, San Marino, and Monaco have been granted issuing rights for coinage but not banknotes.
Fƒ FlorinAruban florin (Afl.)[3]

Netherlands Antillean guilder (NAƒ)
FtFt Forintہنگری فورنٹ
FBu FBu Franc BBurundian franc
FCFAFCFA Franc CaCentral African CFA franc Also CFA[4]

Pegged 1:1 with West African CFA franc
FrFr Franc CoComorian (CF), Congolese (CF, FC), Djiboutian (Fdj/DF), Guinean (FG/GFr) and سویس فرانک (SFr) francs Also F. The character ₣, representing an F with a double bar, proposed as a symbol for the French Franc by Édouard Balladur in 1988 was never adopted, it is represented by a ligature Fr in some fonts.
FRw FRw Franc RRwandan franc[5] Possibly also RF[6] and RFr[7]
CFACFA Franc WaWest African CFA franc Pegged 1:1 with Central African CFA franc
GG GourdeHaitian gourde
grgr groszPolish grosz A centesimal division of the złoty
G/ GuaraniParaguayan guaraní Or Parag-guarani-G.svg
hH halerCzech haléř A centesimal division of the koruna
He HryvniaUkrainian hryvnia
K- KipLao kip Or ₭N
Kc KorunaCzech koruna
Krkr KroneDanish (Dkr) and Norwegian krones

Swedish krona

Faroese and Icelandic (Íkr) króna
Faroese króna pegged 1:1 with Danish krone.
Knkn KunaCroatian kuna
MKMK Kwacha MMalawian kwacha
ZKZK Kwacha ZZambian kwacha
KzKz KwanzaAngolan kwanza
KK KyatMyanma kyat

Papua New Guinean kina
Lasლ LariGeorgian lari Unicode: U+20BE Georgian Lari sign (may display incorrectly)
LL LekAlbanian lek

Honduran lempira
Also used as the currency symbol for the Lesotho one-loti and the Swazi one-lilangeni note

Also uncommonly used for the pound sign £
LeLe LeoneSierra Leonean leone
Lvлв LevBulgarian lev
EE LilangeniSwazi lilangeni Symbol based on the plural form "emalangeni".

The one-lilageni note employs the currency symbol
L
lplp LipaCroatian lipa A centesimal division of the kuna.
TLTurkish lira symbol black.svg Liraترکی لیرہ Unicode: U+20BA Turkish lira sign
M1M LotiLesotho loti Symbol based on plural form "maloti".

The one-loti note employs the currency symbol
L
M2Azeri manat symbol.svg ManatAzerbaijani manat Also m. and man. Unicode: U+20BC MANAT SIGN (may display incorrectly)
KMKM MarkBosnia and Herzegovina convertible mark Cyrillic form: КМ
MTMT MeticalMozambican metical[8] Also MTn
m/ millMill, mil, &.c An uncommon millesimal subdivision of امریکی ڈالرs and other currencies. (See article.)
Nfk Nfk NakfaEritrean nakfa Also Nfa[4]
N NairaNigerian naira
NuNu. NgultrumBhutanese ngultrum
UMUM OuguiyaMauritanian ouguiya[9]
MOPSMOP$ PatacaMacanese pataca Alsoand
P2 PesoPhilippine peso Also , PHP, and P
ptPt. piastreEgyptian piastre A centesimal division of the Egyptian pound.
L-£ Pound Bپاؤنڈ اسٹرلنگ, Falkland Islands (FK£), Gibraltar, Manx (M£), St. Helena Alsoand L, all pegged 1:1 to GBP
GMج.م. Pound EEgyptian pound Latin: L.E. Rarely £E or
LLLL Pound LLebanese pound
LSLS Pound SSyrian pound
P1P PulaBotswana pula
QQ QuetzalGuatemalan quetzal
q q qindarkeAlbanian qindarkë A centesimal division of the lek.
R1R Randجنوبی افریقی رانڈ Also sometimes Russian &c. rubles
RSR$ RealBrazilian real The $ is sometimes informally written with a double bar like a double-barred dollar sign: Double-barred dollar sign.svg
Rial Rialsymbol.svg Rial IIranian rial Unicode: U+FDFC RIAL SIGN
ROر.ع. Rial OOmani rial
RKر.ق Rial QQatari riyal Latin: QR
RSر.س Riyal Sسعودی ریال Latin: SR. Also: ریال
Riel RielCambodian riel
RMRM RinggitMalaysian ringgit
R2p British &c. pennies The penny is now a centesimal division of the pound.
Pridnestrovie ruble sign.svg Ruble TPridnestrovie ruble
R3Ruble sign.svg Ruble Rروسی روبل Unicode: U+20BD ruble sign
RfRf. RufiyaaMaldivian rufiyaa Also MRf., MVR and
Rupee Iبھارتی روپیہ Previously ₨ or Re (before 15 July 2010). Unicode: U+20B9 INDIAN RUPEE SIGN
Rs Rupee PMauritian,[10] Nepalese[11] (N₨/रू.), پاکستانی روپیہ and Sri Lankan (SLRs/රු) روپیہs
SRe SRe Rupee SSeychellois rupee[12] Also SR
RpRp RupiahIndonesian rupiah
Sh Shekelجدید اسرائیلی شیقل
KshKsh Shilling KKenyan shilling Also KSh
Shso Sh.So. Shilling SSomali shilling[13]
Ush USh Shilling UUgandan shilling
SS/ SolPeruvian sol
SDRSDR Specialاختصاصی کشیدی حقوق
somсом somKyrgyzstani som
Tk TakaBangladeshi Taka Also Tk
WSSWS$ TalaSamoan tālā Symbol based on previous name "West Samoan tala".

Also
T and ST.

See also $
TKazakhstani tenge symbol.svg TengeKazakhstani tenge U+20B8 Kazakhstani Tenge sign (may display incorrectly)
T// TogrogMongolian tögrög
VtVT VatuVanuatu vatu[14]
W WonNorth Korean won

جنوبی کوریائی وان
Y ¥ Yuanجاپانی ین (円/圓)

رینمنبی (元/圆)
Used with one and two crossbars.
円 (en, lit. "circle") is frequently used in Japan colloquially.
元 is also used in reference to the Macanese pataca and Hong Kong and Taiwanese dollars.
Unicode: U+00A5 ¥ YEN SIGN, U+FFE5 FULLWIDTH YEN SIGN
Zl ZlotyPolish złoty

حوالہ جات[ترمیم]

  1. Banky Foiben'i Madagasikara. Accessed 24 Feb 2011.
  2. Bank of Guyana. Accessed 25 Feb 2011.
  3. Centrale Bank van Aruba. About Us – A Brief History of the Bank." Accessed 23 Feb 2011.
  4. ^ ا ب Forexforums.com. "Currency symbol finder." Accessed 24 Feb 2011.
  5. National Bank of Rwanda. "Legal tender." Accessed 25 Feb 2011.
  6. University of British Columbia: Saunders School of Business. "Currencies of the World." Accessed 25 Feb 2011.
  7. Lonely Planet. "Rwanda." Accessed 25 Feb 2011.
  8. Banco de Moçambique. Accessed 25 Feb 2011.
  9. Banque Centrale de Mauritanie. Accessed 25 Feb 2011.
  10. Bank of Mauritius. Accessed 25 Feb 2011.
  11. Nepal Rastra Bank. Accessed 24 Feb 2011.
  12. Central Bank of Seychelles. Accessed 25 Feb 2011.
  13. Central Bank of Somalia. Accessed 24 Feb 2011.
  14. The Reserve Bank of Vanuatu. "Current Banknotes and Coins in Circulation." Accessed 25 Feb 2011.