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moni Play

1. (loan) (modifier) monetary, financial, money, cash.

I maua atu e ia he pūtea moni i tōna ringa (PT Whakatauki 7:20). / He hath taken a bag of money with him.


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2. (loan) (noun) money, cash.

He kai, he taonga rānei te koha i ngā wā o mua, engari, ko te moni kē i ēnei rā. / Food or gifts were koha in the past but these days it's money.
(Te Kākano Textbook (Ed. 2): 48;)


moni rēhita Play

1. (loan) (noun) registration fee.

Me utu te moni rēhita, ā me rēhita te kurī ki te Tari o te Kaunihera, ki ngā tāngata rānei e whakamanaia ana i raro i te hīri o te Kaunihera hei kohi i taua moni (TP 1/5/1902:7). / The registration fee should be paid and the dog must be registered at the Council Office or with the people who have been given authority under the seal of the Council to collect that fee.


moni tāpui Play

1. (loan) (noun) deposit, down payment.

Ko ngā moni tāpui he mea koha kē ki te pā o Rātana (TTR 1996:31). / The deposits were contributions to the upkeep of Rātana pā.


moni whakauru Play

1. (loan) (noun) entrance or enrolment fee, subscription.

Mā te hēkeretari o ia peka e tuhi atu ia tau ki te kaitiaki moni o te Kotahitanga kia kotahi hereni hei moni whakauru mō ia mema o tōna peka ki te Kotahitanga (TP 3/9/1909:7). / The secretary of each branch will record in writing to the treasurer of the Kotahitanga on the one shilling subscription fee for each member of his branch.


moni whiwhi Play

1. (noun) income, revenue, dividend.

Ka hoki mai anō rāua ki te kāinga, he mahi parakimete, mahi kāmura te mahi hei whakanui ake i ā rāua moni whiwhi (TTR 1998:23). / They returned home, working as blacksmiths and carpenters to supplement their income.


purei moni Play

1. (loan) (verb) to gamble, bet, have a flutter, punt, wager.


2. (loan) (modifier) gambling, betting.

Hei whakamutu i ngā mahi purei moni me ngā whare purei, ā, hei whakahaere, hei whakakore rānei, i ngā whare tutū, me ngā rūma piriote (TJ 19/7/1900:7) / It was to stop betting activities and gambling establishments and to manage, or abolish, places of unrest and billiard rooms.

See also petipeti


3. (loan) (noun) gambling.

Ko te rite o ētahi tāngata kei te tamariki, kāore i te mōhio he mahi tino kino, tino tūtūā, te purei moni (TP 8/1906:1). / Some people are like children, not knowing that gambling is a very bad, very vulgar pursuit.


pūtea moni Play

1. (loan) (noun) sum of money, fund, account.

E kī ana ia ka nui te moni kei Niu Tīreni. Kei te puhake ngā pūtea moni katoa o te motu (TTT 1/8/1929: 1037). / He is saying that New Zealand has plenty of money. All the country's accounts are full to overflowing.


Synonyms: kaute, kōrero, whakamārama, pire


whakahokinga moni Play

1. (loan) (noun) refund.


kaiwhakarato moni Play

1. (loan) (noun) investor.


kaitaupua moni Play

1. (loan) (noun) pawnbroker.

He mea tuku atu nei e Niniwa aua taonga rā ki te kaitaupua moni, hei punga mō te moni whakatārewa (TTR 2000:26). / Niniwa gave those heirlooms to the pawnbroker as collateral for loans.


mīhini moni Play

1. (loan) (noun) money machine, ATM (automated teller machine).


moni tango Play

1. (noun) debit, withdrawal.

Ko tā te ripanga kaute, he whakarārangi i ngā moni tango me ngā moni kuhu o tētahi pūtea pēke, me te whakaatu anō i te tapeke pūtea (TRP 2010:215). / The purpose of a balance sheet is to list the withdrawals and deposits of a bank account, and to show the account balance.


moni ngaro Play

1. (loan) (noun) loss (financial).

Ko te whāinga matua o tā te pakihi whakamahere pūtea, kia toe mai he moni hua i te paunga o te tau. Mēnā ka nui ake ngā whakapaunga i ērā ka matapaehia i te mahere pūtea, tērā pea ko te moni ngaro te otinga, ā, ka raru pea te pakihi (TRP 2010:159). / The main objective of a financial business plan is that there is a profit at the end of the year. If expenditure is greater than was predicted in the budget, then it is likely that it will result in a financial loss, and the business might be in trouble.


moni pūkoro Play

1. (loan) (noun) pocket money, allowance.

Hoatu ai te kuia i ngā moni pūkoro ki ana mokopuna tokorua i ia wiki, i ia wiki. / Each week the elderly woman gives pocket money to her two grandchildren.


moni taurewa Play

1. (loan) (noun) credit (finance).

Ko te pūtea pēke: Ko te whakaritenga kei waenganui i tētahi tangata me tana pēke, hei pupuri mā te pēke i ngā moni a te tangata (me te tipu anō o te huamoni), hei tuku rānei mā te pēke i te moni taurewa ki te tangata (me te utu anō a te tangata i te huamoni ki te pēke) (TRP 2010:215). / Credit: An arrangement between a person and their bank whereby the person’s money is held by the bank (which generates interest), or the bank allows the person money in credit (which the person pays interest on).


pūnaha moni Play

1. (loan) (noun) currency.

Ko te pūnaha moni ngā uka me ngā moni pepa o te ōhanga o tētahi whenua (TRP 2010:209). / Currency is the coins and notes of a country's economy (TRP 2010:209).


tīhaka moni Play

1. (noun) cash register.


kaitiaki moni Play

1. (loan) (noun) cashier, treasurer.

I ngā rā tīmata ake o Te Tatau-o-te-Pō, riro ana ko Eruera te kaiwhakahaere, te kaitiaki moni hoki (TTR 2000:103). / In the early days of Te Tatau-o-te-Pō meeting house, Eruera was administrator and treasurer.


moni whakatupu Play

1. (loan) (noun) interest (financial).

Kei whakatārewa kei tētahi mea ki tōu teina hei mea whakatupu; hei moni whakatupu, hei kai whakatupu, i tētahi rānei o ngā mea e whakatārewaina ana hei whakatupu (PT Tiuteronomi 23:19). / You shall not charge interest to your brother - interest on money or food or anything that is lent out at interest.


moni tārewa Play

1. (loan) (noun) debt, loan.

Whakarērea noatia iho e ia ana moni tārewa (PT Matiu 18:27). / He forgave him his debt.


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