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em·a·lan·ge·ni

 (ĕm′ə-läng-gĕn′ē)
n.
Plural of lilangeni.
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emalangeni

(ˌɛmɒːlɒːŋˈɡeɪnɪ)
n
(Currencies) the plural of lilangeni
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li•lan•ge•ni

(lɪˈlɑŋ gɛ ni, ˌli lɑŋˈgɛn i)

n., pl. em•a•lan•gen•i (ˌɛm ə lɑŋˈgɛn i)
the basic monetary unit of Swaziland.
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The government increased its allocation to a victim assistance fund for protective services to 80,000 Swazi emalangeni ($6,500).
Foreign reserves had declined by almost 48 percent to Emalangeni 3.8 billion by end of March 2012, which was equivalent to only 1.9 months of imports compared to 4.7 months of import cover before the global financial crisis.
Police have arrested 41 teachers, and the union has spent almost 150,000 emalangeni ($18,000, 15,000 euros) on legal fees, Mazibuko said.
Current total health expenditure per capita is estimated at US$151 (at exchange rate 7.79 emalangeni, 2008 average); 65% is tax-financed, whereas 35% is private health expenditure.
1 February 2011 - South African Global Credit Rating (GCR) affirmed the long and short-term domestic Emalangeni currency rating of South African Municipal Council of Mbabane at BBB and A3, respectively.