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A Sickle or Silver-Sickle (SickleSymbol)[1] is a coin of the wizarding currency used in Great Britain. Made out of silver, one Sickle is equal to 29 Knuts, and 17 Sickles make up a Galleon.[2]

Exchange rates

1 Sickle 17 Sickles
UK Pound 0.29 4.97
US Dollar 0.59 6.14
Euro 0.43 7.38
Chinese Yuan 4.48 76.09
Australian Dollar 0.67 11.32
Russian Ruble 15.20 258.34
Romanian Lei 1.42 24.15
Bulgarian Lev 0.85 14.45
Japanese Yen 68.55 1165.33
Canadian Dollar 0.63 10.69
Swiss Franc 0.63 12.11
Indonesian Rupiah 5577.47 94817.00
Indian Rupee 24.39 414.57
Brazilian Real 1.17 19.87
Mexican Peso 6.57 111.64
New Zealand Dollar 0.84 14.32
Swedish Krona 4.08 69.43
Argentinian Peso 1.49 25.34
Danish Kroner 2.67 45.44
Polish Zloty 1.16 19.72

Behind the scenes

Translations

NB: currency units are not capitalised in Greek, Icelandic, Norwegian, Romanian or Spanish.

  • Albanian: Falçe
  • Bulgarian: сикли (sikli)
  • Catalan: sickles
  • Chinese (PRC): 西可
  • Chinese (Taiwan): 西可
  • Croatian: Srpovi (Sickles), Srp (Sickle)
  • Czech: Srpce
  • Dutch: Sikkels
  • Danish: Sølvsegl
  • Estonian: Sirbid
  • Faroese: Sigdir
  • Finnish: Sirpit
  • French: Mornilles
  • German: Sickel
  • Greek, Modern: δρεπάνια
  • Hebrew: חרמשים
  • Hungarian: sarlók
  • Icelandic: sikkur
  • Irish: Corrán
  • Italian: falci
  • Japanese: シックル (Shikkuru)
  • Latin: Falces
  • Latvian: Sirpji
  • Lithuanian: Sikliai
  • Low Saxon: Sickel
  • Norwegian: sigder
  • Polish: sykle (singular: sykl)
  • Portuguese: Leões (lions - because of the similarity with Galeões (Galleons))
  • Portuguese (Brazil): sicles
  • Romanian: sicli (literal)
  • Russian: сикли
  • Serbian: сикли (sikli)
  • Slovak: sikle
  • Slovenian: srpci
  • Spanish: Sickles
  • Swedish: siklar
  • Ukrainian: серпик (serpyk) (literally "sickle")
  • Welsh: Sicl, plural Siclau

Appearances

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See also

Notes and references

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