What does Mula mean?

Mula means Money

‘Mula’ is a slang term that’s used to refer to money or cash. Most often, you’ll see it spelled as moolah. It’s a word that’s been around for quite a while, becoming popular with gamblers and cool cats in America back in the 1930s.

There’s some debate about where exactly the word came from. Some people think it might be derived from the Gypsy word “mol”, which translates to “to be worth”. That makes a lot of sense when you think about it, since we often measure worth in terms of money.

There’s another theory out there too. Some folks suggest that ‘mula’ might have come from an Irish phrase, “moll oir”. In English, that means “pile of gold”. And what’s a better visual representation of wealth than a big pile of gold?

So, whether it’s from the Gypsy language or Irish, one thing is clear: ‘Mula’ is all about the money. Next time you hear it, you’ll know exactly what it means.

Example for using ‘Mula’ in a conversation

Hey, I just got my paycheck today!

Nice! Time to stack that mula!

Definitely! Gotta save up for that trip we’ve been planning.

For sure! Let’s make that moolah work for us!