ETYM French économie, Latin oeconomia household management, from Greek oikonomia, from oikonomos one managing a household; oikos house (akin to Latin vicus village, Eng. vicinity) + nomos usage, law, rule, from nemein to distribute, manage. Related to Vicinity, Nomad.
1 > An act of economizing; reduction in cost; or | SYN: saving.
2 > Frugality in the expenditure of money or resources | SYN: thriftiness.
3 > The efficient use of resources.
4 > The system of production and distribution and consumption | SYN: economic system.
ETYM Latin providentia: cf. French providence. Related to Provident, Prudence.
1 > A manifestation of God's foresightful care for His creatures.
2 > The guardianship and control exercised by a deity.
3 > The prudence and care exercised by someone in the management of resources.
ETYM Cf. French retrenchment.
1 > An additional interior fortification to prolong the defense.
2 > The reduction of expenditures in order to become financial stable | SYN: curtailment, downsizing.
3 > Cutting down on; reduction in amount of.
1 > Something kept from being spent or lost; that which is saved up
2 > Exception; reservation.
1 > Healthy and vigorous growth
2 > Careful management especially of money
3; (chiefly Scottish) Gainful occupation
4 > A savings bank or savings and loan association — called also thrift institution
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