mammon

  1. wealth regarded as an evil influence
  2. (New Testament) a personification of wealth and avarice as an evil spirit

Mammon

[n] - wealth regarded as an evil influence 2. [n] - (New Testament) a personification of wealth and avarice as an evil spirit
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Mammon

Evil personification of wealth and greed; originally a Syrian god of riches, cited in the New Testament as opposed to the Christian god. ...
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Mammon

Mam'mon noun [ Latin mammona , Greek ... riches, Syr. mam...nā ; confer Hebrew matm...n a hiding place, subterranean storehouse, treasury, from tāman to hide.] Riches; wealth; the god of riches; riches, personified. « Ye can not serve God and Mammon
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Mammon

noun (New Testament) a personification of wealth and avarice as an evil spirit; `ye cannot serve God and Mammon`
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Mammon

• (n.) Riches; wealth; the god of riches; riches, personified.
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mammon

mammon (măm'un) , Aramaic term, meaning worldly riches, retained in the New Testament Greek. “Ye cannot serve God and mammon” is one of the most noted biblical strictures.
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Mammon

Evil personification of wealth and greed; originally a Syrian god of riches, cited in the New Testament as opposed to the Christian god
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Mammon

[Dungeons & Dragons] In the Dungeons & Dragons roleplaying game, Mammon is an Arch-Devil of Hell (Baator in later editions of the game), also known as the `Lord of Avarice.` His symbol is a pair of red scaled hands open and looming over a black gemstone, or gold medallions emblazoned with the image of a snake-bodied devil. Mammon is the lor...
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Mammon

Mammon ən, in the New Testament of the Bible, is material wealth or greed, most often personified as a deity, and sometimes included in the seven princes of Hell. ==Etymology== Scholars do not agree about its etymology, but it is theorized that Mammon derives from Late Latin mammon, from Greek `μαμμωνάς`, Syriac mámóna (`riches`), A...
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mammon

riches; the wealthy; the upper classes
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