pondo (or "2 bho-bho")​


means two dollars, two euros, 2 quid, etc., as long as the value of the currency being mentioned amounts to, umm "two," so, yeah, it doesn't matter really.

Another variant of 2 bho-bho is two bho-bho. However, pondo shouldn't be misconstrued with paundi (or mapaundi in plural) because the latter refers to the British Sterling used officially in the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland.

Antonyms​
Zuda ("a foreign currency note or coin")​
Mateni ("ten dollar notes")​
Mafibho ("fifty dollar notes")​
Waya ("a hundred dollar note")​
Thaza ("a thousand dollar note")​
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