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mazuma

slang Money. Adapted from the Yiddish word mezuma. Everyone's looking for a way to make mazuma doing nothing, or as little as possible, so we've developed a scam that preys off that tendency in people. He earns more mazuma in a week than you do in a year, so be careful throwing around allegations like those.

mazulla

verb
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mazuma

and mazulla (məˈzumə and məˈzulə)
n. money. (From Hebrew mezu via Yiddish.) She’s got more mazuma than she knows what to do with. I won some mazulla on the horses and lost it all playing poker.
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