Definition of likuta in English:

likuta

Syllabification: li·ku·ta
Pronunciation: /liˈko͞otə
 
/

noun (plural makuta /məˈko͞otə/)

A former monetary unit of the Democratic Republic of Congo (formerly Zaire), equal to one hundredth of a zaire.
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  • In 1967, the (old) Zaïre replaced the Congolese franc, with 1 zaïre = 100 makuta (makuta is the plural of likuta) = 10000 sengi.

Origin

Kikongo.

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