Definition of manat
the basic monetary unit of Azerbaijan and Turkmenistan — see money table
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Creditors are also complaining about the exclusion from the restructuring list of about 500 million manat ($297 million) of subordinated debt owed to the Central Bank of Azerbaijan.
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Origin and Etymology of manat
Azerbaijani, ruble, from Persian munāt, from Russian moneta, monet coin, silver ruble coin, from Polish moneta coin, from Latin — more at mint
First Known Use: 1990
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