|personification of wealth||Mammon|
|(died 546 BC) last king of Lydia who was known for his great wealth ; man who is very rich, wealthy man||Croesus|
|able woman, extramarital lover, lady of the house; housekeeper; teacher; woman; concubine, female lover, loved woman, personification as woman||mistress|
|abundance; large quantity; wealth; sufficient quantity; much, abundant; existing in large amounts; sufficient, amply sufficient, lots, prosperity, sufficiently, very, to a great degree (Slang)||plenty|
|accumulate and store something valuable, jewels and precious objects as wealth, put away for future use, hoard; cherish, prize, value greatly, regard somebody or something as valuable, somebody highly valued, stored up wealth, hoard of riches, cache; s...||treasure|
|achieve intention, be inherited by somebody, be next after somebody, follow in time, gain fame, wealth, or power, make significant progress, prosper, prosper; achieve, attain; come after, follow; take the place of; inherit||succeed|
|achievement of desired aim, attainment of fame, wealth, or power, attainment of something desired or attempted, accomplishment; prosperity, fame; person or thing that is successful, somebody who has significant achievements, something that turns out well||success|
|act of representing something with a symbol, representation, personification||symbolization|
|acting representation, artistic depiction, description, depiction; drawing, painting; personification, act of playing a particular role (in a play or movie)||portrayal|
|advantage, capital letter, cash for investment, center of activity, chapiter, city where national or regional government is located; property, assets, wealth; top of a column, economic resource, excellent, grave, main, chief, principal; punishable by d...||capital|
|affluence, fullness, large amount, plentifulness, copiousness; richness, wealth; number of creatures of a certain species found within a given area (Ecology), proportion of isotope atoms, rate of incidence||abundance|
|ampleness, abundance, bountifulness; richness, wealth, lushness||plentifulness|
|ancient country in the northwestern part of present-day Turkey, on the Aegean Sea. It reached its peak of wealth in the 7th and 6th centuriesbc before being conquered by Cyrus the Great of Persia about 546 BC ., ancient kingdom located i...||Lydia|
|ancient kingdom of southwestern Arabia, in present-day Yemen. It reached the height of its wealth and power in the 8th century BC .//shebang||Sheba|
|ancient Roman javelin, arrowhead, building, fortune, fur, go as a crowd, heap, mound; wealth, fortune; group of buildings; dike, levee, heraldic symbol, large quantity, looped fabric surface, make into a mound, mound of things, nuclear reactor, place l...||pile|
|being in pursuit of wealth; being a hired soldier||mercenariness|
|body politic, mark from a blow, welt, prosperity, state of well-being, wealth, welfare, wheal||weal|
|boor, vulgar person, rich person who makes an offensively gaudy display of his wealth||vulgarian|
|businessman of great wealth and power, shogun, somebody powerful||tycoon|
|coins and paper notes which have value, currency; medium of trade; wealth, convertible assets||money|
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