tambala
noun (plural -la or -las) Etymology: Nyanja (Bantu language of Malawi), literally, cockerel Date: 1970 — see kwacha at money table

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • tambala — [täm bä′lä] n. pl. matambala [mä΄täm bä′lä] [native Bantu term, lit., rooster] a monetary unit of Malawi, equal to 1/ 100 of a kwacha …   English World dictionary

  • Tambala — Kwacha Land: Malawi Unterteilung: 100 Tambala ISO 4217 Code: MWK Abkürzung: MK Wechselkurs: (13. Februar 2009) 1 EUR = 178,85 MWK …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Tambala — Tambạla,   Abkürzung t, kleine Währungseinheit in Malawi, 100 Tambala = 1 Malawi Kwacha …   Universal-Lexikon

  • tambala — noun 100 tambala equal 1 kwacha in Malawi • Hypernyms: ↑Malawian monetary unit • Part Holonyms: ↑Malawi kwacha, ↑kwacha …   Useful english dictionary

  • tambala — /tahm bah leuh/, n. a bronze coin and monetary unit of Malawi, the 100th part of a kwacha. * * * …   Universalium

  • tambala — noun Malawis minor currency unit, a hundredth of a kwacha …   Wiktionary

  • tambala — [tam bα:lə] noun (plural same or tambalas) a monetary unit of Malawi, equal to one hundredth of a kwacha. Origin from Nyanja, lit. cockerel …   English new terms dictionary

  • tāmbala — ताम्बल …   Indonesian dictionary

  • tambala — A monetary unit of Malawi, worth one hundredth of a kwacha …   Big dictionary of business and management

  • tambala — tam·ba·la …   English syllables

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