[ staw-ting-kah ]
/ stɔˈtɪŋ kɑ /
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noun, plural sto·tin·ki [staw-ting-kee]. /stɔˈtɪŋ ki/.
a minor coin of Bulgaria, one 100th of a lev.
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Origin of stotinka
First recorded in 1890–95; from Bulgarian stotínka “(one) hundredth,” derivative of sto hundred
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British Dictionary definitions for stotinka
/ (stɒˈtɪŋkə) /
noun plural -ki (-kɪ)
a monetary unit of Bulgaria, worth one hundredth of a lev
Word Origin for stotinka
from Bulgarian; related to suto hundred
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