[ nahk-fah ]
/ ˈnɑk fɑ /
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noun, plural nak·fa, nak·fas.
a monetary unit of Eritrea, equal to 100 cents.
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Origin of nakfa
First recorded in 1995–20; named after the Eritrean town Nafka
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British Dictionary definitions for nakfa
/ (ˈnækfə) /
the standard currency unit of Eritrea
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