Wealth

Wealth is the abundance of valuable resources or material possessions. This includes the core meaning as held in the originating old English word weal, which is from an Indo-European word stem. An individual, community, region or country that possesses an abundance of such possessions or resources to the benefit of the common good is known as weal...
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Wealth

(from the article `Carnegie, Andrew`) Carnegie wrote frequently about political and social matters, and his most famous article, `Wealth,` appearing in the June 1889 issue of the North ...
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wealth

[n] - the state of being rich and affluent 2. [n] - an abundance of material possessions and resources 3. [n] - property that has economic utility: a monetary value or an exchange value 4. [n] - the quality of profuse abundance
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Wealth

• (n.) In the public sense, all objects, esp. material objects, which have economic utility. • (n.) Those energies, faculties, and habits directly contributing to make people industrially efficient. • (n.) In the private sense, all pooperty which has a money value. • (n.) Weal; welfare; prosperity; good. • (n.) Large posses...
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wealth

noun an abundance of material possessions and resources
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wealth

noun the quality of profuse abundance; `she has a wealth of talent`
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Wealth

Wealth noun [ Middle English welthe , from wele ; confer Dutch weelde luxury. See Weal prosperity.] 1. Weal; welfare; prosperity; good. [ Obsolete] 'Let no man seek his own, but every man another's wealth .' 1 Cor. x. 24. 2. Large possession...
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Wealth

A stock of all those assets capable of earning an income. Wealth can be human or material
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Wealth

Accumulated assets such as money and/or possessions, often as a result of saving and investing.
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wealth

In economics, the wealth of a nation is its stock of physical capital, human capital, and net financial capital owned overseas. Physical capital is the stock of buildings, factories, offices,...
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wealth

In economics, the wealth of a nation is its stock of physical capital, human capital, and net financial capital owned overseas. Physical capital is the stock of buildings, factories, offices, machines, roads, and so on. Human capital is the workforce; not just the number of workers, but also their stock of education and training which makes the...
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wealth

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Wealth

The aggregate of all possessions of economic good owned by a person.
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wealth

the state of being rich and affluent
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wealth

the total value of assets held by an individual.
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Wealth

the total value of money and other assets, minus outstanding debts
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Wealth

The total value of the accumulated assets owned by an individual, household, community, or country.
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Wealth

Wealth Greek: Plutus (god) Latin: (no equivalent god)
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