Excellent find Stephen. It comes right through in the old King James:
Originally Posted by Stephen
KJV Ezekiel 45:12 And the shekel shall be twenty gerahs: twenty shekels, five and twenty shekels, fifteen shekels, shall be your maneh (= money).
Here's how New American Standard Hebrew-Aramaic Dictionaries defines it:
maneh (584b); from 4487; maneh, mina (a measure of weight or money):— maneh(1), minas(4).
A similar root is found transliterated in the NT:
Matthew 6:24 ¶ No man can serve two masters: for either he will hate the one, and love the other; or else he will hold to the one, and despise the other. Ye cannot serve God and mammon.
Mammun is the modern Hebrew word for money. Klein traces it down to amun (in the sense of a trust, or deposit).
And that reminds me of another whole class of MN related words based on the Hebrew amen = so be it, firm, steady, trustworth, permanent, remaining, and in Greek menai = abide, remain.
Thus memory = mnemonics, what remains, etc.
This is a very rich vein.