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likuta

noun li·ku·ta \li-ˈkü-tə\
plural ma·ku·ta \mä-\

Definition of LIKUTA

:  a former monetary unit equal to 1100 zaire

Origin of LIKUTA

ultimately from Kongo dikuta (plural makuta) palm-leaf cloth bundle used as currency, from -kuta to gather, bundle
First Known Use: 1967

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