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the property/goods; the wealth
Wér-gu-yaram a gën alal.
Health is better than wealth.
Am naa pertemaa ñaari dërëm.
I made a loss of ten francs.
the profit/benefit (from French)
the deposit/down payment
the daily spending/household allowance
Amuma depaasu tey.
I have nothing to spend today
Gañe naa ñaari yoo ci lotori bi.
I won twice on the lottery.
Maay toppatoo xaalisu luyaas bi.
It's me who looks after the rent money.
the money order
Jot naa benni màndaa bu ñaari téeméer.
I received a money order of 1,000 cfa
Mungiy toppatoo moomeelam.
He is looking after his property.
the money given to friends/relatives for a celebration
Moo des ci ndimbal li.
That's what's left of the subsidy.
Soxla nanu seen ndimbal.
We need your (plural) help.
the raise (in salary); the addition (to a house)
Doom yaangiy xecco ndono li.
The sons are arguing over the inheritance.
the profit/benefit/prize; the belt
Jëlewu ci benn ngañaay.
He didn't take any profit from it.
Fàtte naa njégu mburu mi.
I forgot the price of bread.
the food for one day/money for food for one day
the financial loss/deficit
the payment/salary/price (from French)
He has not yet received his salary.
Yombalal na ma pey gi.
He facilited the payment for me.
the pay period
the interest (on a loan)/usury
Interest is not religiously sanctioned.
the wealth (from French)
the payment/salary (from French solde)
Jot naa sama sold démb.
I received my payment yesterday.
security deposit/guarantee (object)
Tayle na ma montaram.
He gave me his watch as a security deposit.
the well-off areas
the coin/small change; the brass
to be bankrupt
to be destitute/penniless; to be ashamed
Deewu yaayam tax na mu torox.
The death of his mother made him destitute.
to be honestly earned; to come to s.o honestly
Alal ji lew na ma.
The wealth came to me honestly.
Alalu Aamadu lewul
Amadou's wealth was not honestly earned.
to be poor/impoverished/ruines
to be poor; to have nothing
am këllu kuus
to be rich
to be rich (from French)
to be rich/wealthy; to be developed (of a country)
Réew yu naat yi dañu wara dimbale réew yu néew doole yi,
The rich countries shoud help the poor countries
to be stingey/to want money
to be stingy (with money)
to be wealthy/affluent
Am ngeen ay mbokk yu am alal.
You have wealthy relatives.
Dafa foog ni dama am alal.
He believes that I am rich.
to save (up)