From Middle English money, moneie, moneye, borrowed from Old French moneie ("money"), from Latin monēta ("money, a place for coining money, coin, mint"), from the name of the temple of Juno Moneta in Rome, where a mint was. Displaced native Middle English schat ("money, treasure") (from Old English sċeatt ("money, treasure, coin")), Middle English feoh ("money, property") (from Old English feoh ("money, property, cattle"), whence English fee). mint, ultimately from the same Latin word but through Germanic and Old English, and of manat, through Russian and Azeri or Turkmen.
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