noun, plural kro·nor [kroh-nawr] /ˈkroʊ nɔr/.
Origin of krona
noun, plural kró·nur [kroh-ner] /ˈkroʊ nər/.
Origin of króna
Examples from the Web for krona
Contemporary Examples of krona
The Icelandic kroner was introduced in 1922 at parity with the Danish krona and has since then lost 95.95% of its value.How Well is Iceland Doing?
January 22, 2013
Admittedly, saying the awful U.S. dollar isn't as lethal as, say, the busted Icelandic krona isn't saying much.Why the Dollar Surge Won't Last
October 29, 2008
The only rejoicing to be found was in expat hangouts, where dollars, recently worth 70 krona, were suddenly worth 150.No One’s Eating Apple Pie Anymore
October 28, 2008
Historical Examples of krona
At the beginning of the autumn term he arrived in Upsala hungry and with one krona in his pocket.August Strindberg, the Spirit of Revolt
L. (Lizzy) Lind-af-Hageby