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  • mažuma — mažumà sf. (3b) 1. mažoji dalis: Žieminiame Padauguvyje sėliai darę gyventojų mažuma K.Būg. Tik urvo mažumą nušviečiama ugnelės Vr. Mažumà kas turi šiaudų Btr. Man jau tik mažumà papuolė Užp. 2. Kos41, I mažas daiktas, menkniekis, smulkmė: Kur …   Dictionary of the Lithuanian Language

  • mazuma — (n.) slang for money, 1894, from Yiddish, from Mishnaic Hebrew mezumman designated, fixed, appointed, used in Medieval Hebrew in sense of cash (Cf. slang the needful money ), from Akkad. simanu appointed time. It figured in People v. Stokes, case …   Etymology dictionary

  • mažuma — mažumà dkt. Móterys sudãro Sei̇̃mo mãžumą …   Bendrinės lietuvių kalbos žodyno antraštynas

  • mazuma — ☆ mazuma [mə zo͞o′mə ] n. [Yiddish mezumon < Heb mezūmānim] Slang money …   English World dictionary

  • mazuma — AND mazulla [ma”zuma AND ma zula] n. money. (From Hebrew mezu man via Yiddish.) □ How much mazuma do you want for this? □ She’s got more mazuma than she knows what to do with …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • mazuma — noun /məˈzuːmə/ Cash, money. I can post some strong arm talent outside, but even non Union like everything else in town, after a while that runs into considerable mazuma so we should be thinking about longer term solutions …   Wiktionary

  • mazuma —    (mah ZOO mah) [Yiddish, from Hebrew] A slang term for money; ready cash.    losing a few customers to the competition is well worth the 40,000 mazuma the site earns in exchange Time, December 17, 1996 …   Dictionary of foreign words and phrases

  • mazuma — /meuh zooh meuh/, n. Slang. money. [1875 80; < Yiddish mezumen < Heb mezuman set, fixed] * * * …   Universalium

  • Mazuma — money (Yiddish) …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • mazuma — Australian Slang money (Yiddish) …   English dialects glossary

  • mazuma — (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun Slang. Something, such as coins or printed bills, used as a medium of exchange: cash, currency, lucre, money. Informal: wampum. Slang: bread, cabbage, dough, gelt, green, jack, lettuce, long green, moola, scratch.… …   English dictionary for students

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