Money is currency used to buy goods and services or having a lot of wealth.(noun)
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Origin: OFr moneie < L moneta, a mint
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noun pl. mon·eys or mon·ies
Origin: Middle English moneie
Origin: , from Old French
Origin: , from Latin monēta, mint, coinage
Origin: , from Monēta, epithet of Juno, temple of Juno of Rome where money was coined.
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the business of buying and selling the curreneies of various countries by taking advantage of differences in rates of exchange. —agio, n.
the act of lending with interest.
Rare. the science of wealth.
the business of buying and selling securities, curreneies, and commodities on an international scale so as to take advantage of differences in rates of exchange and prices. —arbitrager, arbitrageur, n.
the use of two metals jointly as a monetary Standard with fixed values in relation to one another. —bimetallist, n. —bimetallistic, adj.
the doctrine that paper money should at all times be convertible into bullion. —bullionist, n.
the theory and practice of money exchange as an item of commerce, especially in its international features. —cambist, n.
a person whose chief goal in life is the gaining of wealth. —chrematistic, adj.
1. the study of wealth.
2. any theory of wealth as measured in money. —chrematistic, adj.
a mania for money.
an abnormal fear or dislike of money.
a mania for great wealth.
Irish. the lending of money at usurious interest. —gombeen, gombeenman, n.
the greedy pursuit of riches.
a doctrine advocating the use of metal money instead of paper. —metallist, metalist, n.
an economie theory maintaining that stability and growth in the economy are dependent on a steady growth rate in the supply of money. —monetarist, n., adj.
government or domination of society by the rich.
1. the use of only one metal, usually gold or silver, as a monetary Standard.
2. the use of only one metal for coinage. —monometallist, n.
the lifestyle of a nabob, i.e., of one possessing considerable wealth.
an excessive devotion to wealth.
Economics. the scientific study or theory of wealth.
1. an abnormal craving for wealth.
2. a mania characterized by delusions of wealth.
the use of a number of different metals in coinage.
a mania for spending money.
a system of coinage based on a unit of two or more metals in combination, each of a specified weight. — symmetallic, adj.
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