[ koo-nuh ]

noun,plural ku·na, ku·ne.
  1. the basic monetary unit of Croatia, equal to 100 lipa.

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How to use kuna in a sentence

  • This is the name given in the deed of sale, dated February 24th, 1815, but the correct spelling is probably "kuna" or "Kena."

    John Rutherford, the White Chief | George Lillie Craik
  • Hearing the crash of the club and realizing his attempt on the life of Hina had again failed, kuna turned and fled up the river.

    Legends of Wailuku | Charlotte Hapai
  • Small wonder kuna so feared a meeting with this outraged son of the goddess he had sought to drown.

    Legends of Wailuku | Charlotte Hapai
  • Diving into one of several deep pools in the river, kuna hoped that at last he was safely hidden.

    Legends of Wailuku | Charlotte Hapai
  • Wasting no time, kuna started down stream, with Maui in hot pursuit.

    Legends of Wailuku | Charlotte Hapai

British Dictionary definitions for kuna


/ (ˈkuːnə) /

nounplural -ne (-nɪ)
  1. the standard monetary unit of Croatia, divided into 100 lipa

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