Pronunciation: (ag'ur-u),[key] —n., —pl.-o•raePronunciation: (-u-rē").[key]
(in ancient Greece)
1. a popular political assembly.
2. the place where such an assembly met, originally a marketplace or public square.
3. the Agora,the chief marketplace of Athens, center of the city's civic life.
Pronunciation: (ä-gôr'u, -gōr'u; Seph. Heb.ä-gô-rä'),[key] —n., —pl.a•go•rotPronunciation: (ä-gôr'ōt, -gōr'-; Seph. Heb.ä-gô-rôt').[key] an aluminum coin and monetary unit of Israel, the 100th part of a shekel: replaced the prutah as the fractional unit in 1960. Also,agura.