angolar

noun an·go·lar \¦aŋgō¦lär\

Definition of angolar

plural

angolares

  1. :  the basic monetary unit of Portuguese-ruled Angola from 1928 to 1953 that was equal to the Portuguese escudo

  2. ; also :  a currency note representing one angolar

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Origin and Etymology of angolar

Portuguese, literally, of Angola, from Angola + Portuguese -ar


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