santims

noun
san·​tims | \ ˈsän-ˌtims \
plural santimi\ ˈsän-​ti-​mē \ or santimu\ ˈsän-​ti-​mü \

Definition of santims

a former monetary unit equal to ¹/₁₀₀ lats

First Known Use of santims

1924, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for santims

Latvian (nominative plural santimi, genitive plural santimu), from French centime centime

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