Or as the say over at the development office, moolah, moolah.
The Frenchman looked at his kneeling companions, and then his eyes travelled onwards to the angry faces of the Emir and moolah.
The moolah had his reputation to preserve, and it was not for him to confess to a failure.
It was on a young moolah or Priest: he had a goitre—or enlarged thyroid.
A few days ago, a moolah, a Mohammedan priest, died at this place.
I told the moolah he was foolish, and the operation would probably cost him his life.
And they were ready to spend a hunk of moolah on the build-up.
The squat lieutenant, the moolah, and about a dozen Dervishes surrounded the prisoners.
The moolah replied, ‘Can you answer a question which I shall ask?’
Our moolah has just been here; he says he has bought winding sheets for himself, his brother, and his mother.
also moola, "money," c.1920, American English slang, of unknown origin.
Money: So put a little moola in your portfolio and get yourself a cash cow/ He who rips off jazz makes mucho moolah
[1920+; origin unknown]