Definitions for ECUeɪˈku or, sometimes, ˈiˈsiˈyu
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
ECUeɪˈku or, sometimes, ˈiˈsiˈyu(n.)(pl.)ECU's, ECUs.
a monetary unit of account of the European Economic Community: replaced by the euro on January 1, 1999.
Category: Numismatics, Business
Origin of ECU:
E(uropean)C(urrency)U(nit), perh. with play on écu
The European Currency Unit (symbol u20A0), a currency used in the European Community before the euro.