Recent Examples of kuna from the Web
July 8 Kuna Artist and Crafter Show: 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday, July 8, greenbelt behind Kuna City Hall, 751 W. 4th St. Arts and crafts, food vendors, entertainment.
Kras’s exposure to Agrokor is about 28 million kuna ($4.1 million), legal representative Marica Vidakovic said by phone.
This dish, which in Milan would easily cost 40 euros (and in New York or London don’t even think about it), is priced here at a reasonable 155 Croatian kuna, or 20 euros ($22).
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Origin and Etymology of kuna
Serbian & Croatian (nominative plural kune, genitive plural kunā), literally, marten (the skin of which was used as currency in medieval Slavic cultures)
First Known Use: 1951See Words from the same year
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