Definition of trambiyo
: a small copper coin used in the former Indian state of Kutch from the mid 19th to the mid 20th centuries
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Origin and Etymology of trambiyo
borrowed from Kachchhi (Indo-Aryan speech of Kutch) trāmbhyo, derivative of trāmo, tāmo, tāmbo “copper,” going back to Sanskrit tāmrá- “dark red, copper” — more at tombac
First Known Use: 1889
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