Origin of kronaSwedish ; from Classical Latin corona, crown
Origin of kronaIcelandic króna, from Old Norse kr&umacron;na, from Middle Low German kr&umacron;ne, kr&omacron;ne, ultimately from Latin cor&omacron;na, wreath, crown (from the crown printed on the coin); see crown.
Origin of kronaSwedish, from Old Swedish kr&omacron;na, from Middle Low German kr&umacron;ne, kr&omacron;ne; see krona1.
Krona is the Swedish spelling, plural: kronor. Króna is the Icelandic spelling, plural: krónur. Krone is the Danish and Norwegian Bokmål spelling, plural: kroner. In Norwegian Nynorsk, both the Bokmål and the Swedish spellings are allowed, but the Swedish spellings is a bracket form.
From Swedish krona (“crown”).
krona - Investment & Finance Definition
The currency unit of Iceland, comprised of 100 aurar, and Sweden, comprised of 100 Ã¸re.