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Ku·na

also Cu·na  (ko͞o′nə)
n. pl. Kuna or Ku·nas also Cuna or Cu·nas
1. A member of a Central American Indian people formerly inhabiting central Panama, now living primarily in the San Blas Islands and adjacent coastal areas of northeast Panama.
2. The Chibchan language of the Kuna.

ku·na

 (ko͞o′nə)
n. pl. kuna
See Table at currency.

[Serbo-Croatian, marten, kuna (from the earlier use of marten skins for payment), from Proto-Slavic *kuna; akin to Latvian cauna.]
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kuna

(ˈkuːnə)
n, pl -ne (-nɪ)
(Currencies) the standard monetary unit of Croatia, divided into 100 lipa
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ku•na

(ˈku nə)
n., pl. -na.
the basic monetary unit of Croatia. See table at currency.
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