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tambala

[ tahm-bah-luh ]
/ tɑmˈbɑ lə /
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noun
a bronze coin and monetary unit of Malawi, one 100th of a kwacha.
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Origin of tambala

First recorded in 1970–75; from Nyanja: literally, “cockerel”
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