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kroon

 (krōn)
n. pl. kroon·i (krō′nē)
The primary unit of currency in Estonia before the adoption of the euro.

[Estonian, from German Krone, from Middle High German krōn, krōne, from Old High German korōna, from Latin corōna, crown (from the crown printed on the coin); see crown.]
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kroon

(kruːn)
n, pl kroons or krooni (ˈkruːnɪ)
(Currencies) the former standard monetary unit of Estonia, divided into 100 senti
[Estonian kron, from German Krone krone2]
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Noun1.kroon - the basic unit of money in Estonia
Estonian monetary unit - monetary unit in Estonia
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The difference between the cost of borrowing krooni and euros for three months, based on asking prices, fell to 93 basis points today, the lowest since November 2007, according to Bloomberg data.
One euro (EUR) is worth approximately 15.65 Estonian krooni (EKK).
One British pound (GBP) is worth approximately 23.06 Estonian krooni (EEK).