chetrum

noun
chet·​rum | \ˈchē-trəm, ˈche- \
plural chetrums or chhertum

Definition of chetrum 

: a monetary subunit of the ngultrum — see ngultrum at Money Table

First Known Use of chetrum

1973, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for chetrum

Tibetan

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