Markka



[mahrk-kah] /ˈmɑrk kɑ/

noun, plural markkaa
[mahrk-kah] /ˈmɑrk kɑ/ (Show IPA)
1.
a cupronickel or bronze coin and monetary unit of Finland until the was adopted, equal to 100 pennia; finmark.
Abbreviation: F.Mk., M.
/ˈmɑːkɑː; -kə/
noun (pl) -kaa (-kɑː)
1.
the former standard monetary unit of Finland, divided into 100 penniä; replaced by the euro in 2002

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