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If somebody was caught short of money and went to a friend to get some, he might say, “I need five dollars before Saturday, will you ________ it to me?”

LOAN 612
LEND 433
BORROW 30
ADVANCE 12
LET ME HAVE IT 10
STAKE ME 8
LOAND 6
GIVE 5
TRUST ME 5
LET ME HAVE 4
NR 3
STAKE ME TO IT 3
TIDE ME OVER 3
TRUST ME FOR IT 3
HELP ME OUT 2
MAY I BORROW 2
STAKE ME FOR IT 2
TRUST 2
ADVANCE IT 1
ADVANCE ME A LOAN 1
ADVANCE ME FIVE DOLLARS 1
BACK ME 1
BORROW IT TO ME 1
BORROW ME FIVE DOLLARS 1
BORROWED 1
BORROWING 1
BRACE 1
GET ME FIVE 1
GIVE ME A LOAN 1
GIVE ME AN I.O.U. 1
GIVE ME FIVE DOLLARS TILL 1
HAND IT TO ME 1
HAVE 1
HE WAS BORROWING IT 1
HELP ME 1
HOLD 1
HOW ABOUT BORROWING FIVE 1
I WANT TO BORROW 1
I WANT TO GET A LITTLE 1
I WANT TO MAKE A TOUCH 1
I WANT TO TALK A LITTLE 1
I WANTS TO BORROWS 1
I’D LIKE TO PUT THE BEE ON YOU FOR FIVE DOLLARS 1
LAY IT ON ME 1
LET ME BORROW IT 1
LET ME HAVE IT TILL SATURDAY 1
LET ME HOLD IT 1
LET ME TAKE FIVE BUCKS 1
LET ME TAKE IT 1
LOAN ME 1
LOAN ME A FIVE 1
LOAN ME FIVE 1
MAKE A LOAN 1
MAKE A TOUCH WITH ME 1
MAKE ME A LOAN 1
MAKE ME THE LOAN 1
MAY I BORROW IT 1
POTLATCH 1
POTLATCH ME 1
PUT IT UP 1
PUT THE FINGER ON 1
PUTTING THE BEE ON HIM 1
PUTTING THE BUM ON HIM 1
SHELL ME OUT 1
SPARE 1
SPARE IT 1
SPOT ME A LITTLE 1
SPRING FOR FIVE 1
STAKE 1
STAKE IT TO ME 1
STAKE ME FOR FIVE 1
STAKE ME FOR FIVE DOLLARS 1
STAKE ME TO A FIVE 1
TRUST ME TILL 1

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