Stola vs Tola - What's the difference?

stola | tola |


As nouns the difference between stola and tola

is that stola is the traditional garment of women in Ancient Rome, corresponding to the toga worn by men while tola is a unit of mass used in India, equal to the mass of a silver rupee coin, fixed at 180 troy grains in 1833, of a similar but slightly variable value before that date.

stola

English

Noun

(en-noun)
  • The traditional garment of women in Ancient Rome, corresponding to the toga worn by men.
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    tola

    English

    Alternative forms

    * tolah * tole

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • a unit of mass used in India, equal to the mass of a silver rupee coin, fixed at 180 troy grains () in 1833, of a similar but slightly variable value before that date
  • References

    * Prinsep, James (1840), Useful tables, forming an appendix to the Journal of the Asiatic Society: part the first, Coins, weights, and measures of British India (2nd ed.), Calcutta: Bishop's College Press, pp. 65–74, 79–90. * Platts, John T. (1884), A dictionary of Urdu, classical Hindi, and English , London: W. H. Allen & Co., p. 344. * A New English Dictionary on Historical Principles , volume 10/1 (1926), Oxford: University Press, p. 111.

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