Tell me what you called "MONEY" in your mother tongue. ^ ^

Indonesia
October 25, 2006 7:07am CST
In my mother tongue "Money" called Uang. How 'bout yours ?
8 responses
@Schubler (1530)
• Romania
25 Oct 06
In my language it`s called ... "bani" and the national currency is called "lei" (lions in translation... even if they are more like little hungry, sick cats)
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• Indonesia
25 Oct 06
*sigh* Sorry once again I forgot to ask What is your mother language, my fault, Btw, thanks for response.
@Schubler (1530)
• Romania
25 Oct 06
Romanian...
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• United States
25 Dec 06
My mother tongue is English, but my ancestor's native language is Malayalam. That is a language of southern India. To say money we say "Paisa"
@perugu (5281)
• India
25 Oct 06
hi,in our case PAISA...
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• Indonesia
25 Oct 06
Sorry but I forgot to write what is your mother language either, Oh well my fault. Thanks for response.
@kutchi (12330)
• Pakistan
25 Oct 06
Rupyaaa
• Indonesia
30 Oct 06
Thanks for response.
@one5415 (380)
• Canada
18 Jan 07
In my mother tongue "MONEY" called "Qian".
@gopal_85 (509)
• India
25 Dec 06
paisa. this is the one what we call it and even some persons say it kasu
@SGOEL27 (927)
• India
25 Dec 06
money is in my mother tongue called 'dhan'
@ddm610 (117)
• Philippines
25 Dec 06
in filipino it's called "pera". But there are other words for it such as "salapi", ""datung" and sometimes "yaman". It's very interesting to know how people call a certain thing in different languages. And i hope i do not just learn each country's word for MONEY only but for other interesting things, events and personalities as well.
@anup12 (4180)
• India
30 Oct 06
Taka in Benagli (India)