Definitions for "Wealth"
Organized capacity of society to apply generalized principles toward present and future life support. (Buckminster Fuller)
As defined by Buckminster Fuller, the number of days you can survive without working, while still maintaining your same standard of living.
In the private sense, all pooperty which has a money value.
The total stock of tangible and intangible assets with a market value owned either by an individual or a nation.
The value of all of a person's or family's economic assets, including income, personal property, and income-producing property.
Large possessions; a comparative abundance of things which are objects of human desire; esp., abundance of worldly estate; affluence; opulence; riches.
In the public sense, all objects, esp. material objects, which have economic utility.
An abundance.
Keywords:  ricchezza
Weal; welfare; prosperity; good.
Wealth from the old English word "weal", which means "well-being" or "welfare". The term was originally an adjective to describe the possession of such qualities.
the state of being rich and affluent; having a plentiful supply of material goods and money; "great wealth is not a sign of great intelligence"
To earn a great deal of money (i.e., well beyond my family's basic needs). To be financially independent.
as at least mentioning freedom, well-being, health, illth
The seventh element-agent of destiny. The real amount of income and properties.
Property that is valuable because it could be sold or used to generate income .
Those energies, faculties, and habits directly contributing to make people industrially efficient.
the accumulation of material objects that have value within a society.
a number which measures the material resources of a race
The accumulation of past income, natural resources and financial resources. p. 55
Keywords:  monsters, gold, extra
41-80% extra gold from monsters
You can save your money for the future or for long-term sustainability.
Keywords:  capital, see
See also Capital