Primary Base monet*

Child Elements  

merk* m tg Wages, income, pay; money or other goods given as a payment or an act of compassion.
monetarj* (abs sta) Of or pertaining to money; monetary.
monetew* rel abe sta m itg Lack of money, bankruptcy.
monetœk* fac dis tg Bank.
monetor* gen act To dispense money.


Name/Link Type Source/Type Consumption Date


* Bank Monetary instrument of holding.
bolq* Budget Money allocated for a particular purpose.
* Credit
* Currency Medium of money.
liq* Debt Money owed.
* Expenditure Money going out.
jap* Gratuity Giving without price.
* Interest Increase in accounts due to time held.
monet* Money
* Nonpayment
sord* Parsimony Tight policy with regards to giving or payment.
* Payment Transfer of money.
penj* Poverty Insufficiency or depletion of wealth.
tarif* Price Sum or amount of money or its equivalent for which something is bought, sold, or offered for sale.
* Solvency Sufficiency of wealth to pay all just debts.
burs* Treasury Monetary facility.
* Wealth Accumulation of money or assets.



Monetary Policy

Policy or practice with regards to giving or payment.

* Liberality (generous or charitable)
* Economy (responsible or tight)
* Prodigality (profuse, extravagant or wasteful policy)
sord* Parsimony (tight)


Generosity, munificence; bounty, bounteousness, bountifulness; hospitableness, hospitality; charity (beneficence) [See Benevolence]; open -, free- hand; open -, large-, free- heart; enough and to spare.
CHEERFUL GIVER, free giver, patron; benefactor [See Benefactor].



MONEY, finance; money -matters, - market; accounts [See Accounts]; funds, treasure; capital, stock; assets (property) [See Property]; wealth [See Wealth]; supplies, ways and means, wherewithal or wherewith, sinews of war, almighty dollar, cash.
SOLVENCY, responsibility, reliability, solidity, soundness.
SUM, amount; balance, balance sheet; sum total; proceeds (receipts) [See Receipt].
CURRENCY, circulating medium, specie, coin, piece, hard cash; dollar, sterling; pounds, shillings, and pence, £ s. d.; guinea; gold mohur [India]; eagle, double eagle; pocket, breeches pocket [colloq.], wallet, roll, purse; money in hand; argent comptant [F.], ready [colloq.], ready money; Federal -, fractional -, postal- currency; bottom dollar [colloq.]; checks, chips.
[SLANG TERMS] the needful, rhino, brass, blunt, dust, mopus, tin, salt, chink, dough, jack, moss, rock, dibs, slug [Calif. 1849]; buzzard dollar, spondulics, long green; barrel, pile, wad.
PRECIOUS METALS, gold, silver, copper, bullion, ingot, bar, nugget.
PETTY CASH, pocket money, pin money, spending money, change, small coin; long bit, short bit, two bits, quarter [all U. S.]; dime, nickel, cent, red cent [colloq., U. S.]; doit, stiver, rap, mite, farthing, sou, penny, shilling, tester, groat, rouleau.
WAMPUM, wampumpeag, seawan or seawant, roanoke, cowrie.
[SCIENCE OF COINS] numismatics, numismatology, chrysology.
PAPER MONEY; money -, postal -, post office- order; note, - of hand; bank -, promissory- note; I O U, bond; bill, - of exchange; draft, check [esp. U. S.] or cheque [esp. Brit.], hundi [India], order, warrant, coupon, debenture, exchequer bill, assignat, greenback [U. S.]; blueback [U. S.], shinplaster [slang, U. S.].
remittance (payment) [See Payment]; credit [See Credit]; liability [See Debt].
drawer, drawee; obligor, obligee.
COUNTERFEIT -, false -, bad- money; queer [slang], base coin, flash note, slip [obs.], kite [slang]; fancy stocks; Bank of Elegance.
COUNTERFEITER, coiner, moneyer, forger.


Treasurer; bursar, bursary; purser, purse bearer; cash keeper, banker; depositary; questor, receiver, steward, trustee, accountant, Accountant General, almoner, liquidator, paymaster, cashier, teller; cambist; money changer (merchant) [more].


Poverty (insufficiency or depletion of wealth)

Poverty, indigence, penury, pauperism, destitution, want; need, neediness; lack, necessity, privation, distress, difficulties.
Pauper (essive of poverty).



Debt, obligation, liability, indebtment, debit, score.
Arrears (debt overdue in payment), deferred payment, deficit, default, insolvency (nonpayment) [more]; bad debt.
Interest; premium; usance, usury; floating debt, floating capital.
Debtor (essive/patient of debt), debitor; mortgagor; defaulter [more]; borrower.

Payment (Transfer of money.)

Payment, defrayment; discharge; acquittance, quittance; settlement, clearance, liquidation, satisfaction, reckoning, arrangement.
Acknowledgment, release; receipt, receipt in full, receipt in full of all demands; voucher.
Repayment, reimbursement, retribution; pay(reward) [more]; money paid (expenditure) [more].
Ready money (cash) [more]; stake, remittance, installment.
Payer, liquidator [more].
Salary (payment for labor or services perfomed).


Nonpayment; default, defalcation; protest, repudiation; application of the sponge; whitewashing.
Insolvency, bankruptcy, failure; insufficiency [more]; run upon a bank; overdrawn account.
Waste paper bonds; dishonored bills, protested bills; bogus check, bogus cheque.
Bankrup, insolvent, debtor, lame duck, man of straw, welsher, stag, defaulter, levanter.

Expenditure (money going out)

expenditure, money going out; out goings, out lay; expenses, disbursement; prime cost (price) [more]; circulation; run upon a bank.
[Money paid] payment [more]; pay (remuneration) [more]; bribe [more]; fee, footing, garnish; subsidy; tribute; contingent, quota; donation [more].
pay in advance, earnest, handsel, deposit, installment.
investment; purchase [more].

Receipt (money coming in)

Receipt, value received, money coming in; income, incomings, innings, revenue, return, proceeds; gross receipts, net profit; earnings (gain) [more]; accepta, avails.
Rent, rent roll; rental, rentage; rack-rent.
Premium, bonus; sweepstakes, tontine.
Pension, annuity; jointure(property) [more]; alimony, pittance; emolument (remuneration) [more].


Accounts, accompts; commercial arithmetic, monetary arithmetic; statistics (numeration) [more]; money matters, finance, budget, bill, score, reckoning, account.
Books, account book, ledger; day book, cash book, pass book; journal; debtor and creditor account, cash account, running account; account current; balance, balance sheet; compte rendu, account settled, acquit, assets, expenditure, liabilities, outstanding accounts; profit and loss account, profit and loss statement, receipts.
Bookkeeping, double entry bookkeeping, audit, reckoning.
Accountant, auditor, actuary, bookkeeper; financier [more]; accounting party; chartered accountant.


Treasurer Consignee of money.