Another word for money
A medium of exchange
gold, silver, cash, currency, check, bills, coin, coin of the realm, notes, coinage, specie, legal tender, Almighty Dollar*, beans*, gravy*, wampum*, shekels*, dough*, roll*, long green*, coins*, lucre*, folding money*, jack*, wad*, bucks*, ducats*, pesos*, dineros*, cabbage*, hard cash*, mazuma*, bread*.
Types of money in various countries include --- United States: dollar, cent; United Kingdom: pound, penny; Russian Federation: ruble, kopeck; Brazil: cruzado, centavo; Mexico: peso, centavo; France: franc, centime; Italy: lira, centismo; Spain: peseta, centimo; Germany: mark, pfennig; Austria: schilling, groschen; Greece: drachma, lepton; Saudi Arabia: riyal, halala; Iran: rial, dinar; Libya: dinat, dirham; Turkey: lira, kurus; India: rupee, paisa; South Africa: rand, cent; Nigeria: naira, kobo; China: yuan, fen; Japan: yen, sen; Indonesia: rupiah, sen; Australia: dollar, cent.
for one's choice, in one's opinion, to one's mind; see personally 2.
Another word for moneynoun
Something, such as coins or printed bills, used as a medium of exchange:cash, currency, lucre. (Informal) wampum. (Slang) bread, cabbage, dough, gelt, green, jack, lettuce, long green, mazuma, moola, scratch. (Chiefly British) brass. See money
The monetary resources of a government, organization, or individual.Often used in plural: capital, finance (used in plural), fund (used in plural). See money