riches

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Middle English riches, plural of riche ‎(power, wealth), from Old English rīċe ‎(power, authority, dominion). Confused with Middle English richesse ‎(wealth), from Old French, from riche ‎(rich, wealthy), of Germanic origin, from Frankish rīki "rich" from Proto-Germanic *rīkijaz ‎(rich, powerful), from Proto-Indo-European *reg- ‎(to straighten, direct, make right). Akin to Old High German rīhhi ‎(rich) (German reich ‎(rich)), Old English rīċe ‎(rich), Old English racu ‎(explanation, reasoning). More at rich

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riches (plural only)

  1. Money, goods, wealth, treasure.

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riches

  1. plural of riche

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riches pl

  1. plural of riche ‎(rich)