debenture

Synonyms and related words:
CD, Fannie Mae, Federal Agency bond, Ginnie Mae, IOU, MO, Series E bond, Series H bond, acceptance, acceptance bill, adjustment bond, annuity bond, appreciation bond, arrangement, assented bond, assumed bond, baby bond, bank acceptance, bank check, bearer bond, bearer certificate, bill, bill of draft, bill of exchange, blank check, bond, bond anticipation note, callable bond, certificate, certificate of deposit, certified check, check, checkbook, cheque, collateral trust bond, commercial paper, consolidated annuities, consolidated stock, consols, contract by deed, contract of record, contract quasi, convertible bond, convertible debenture, corporate bond, corporation stock, coupon bond, coupon rate, covenant of indemnity, current income bond, current yield, debenture bond, deed, deed of trust, deed poll, deep-discount bond, defense bond, deferred bond, definitive bond, demand bill, demand draft, discount bond, draft, due bill, equipment bond, equipment note, equipment trust, equipment trust bond, equipment trust certificate, exchequer bill, extended bond, first mortgage bond, firsts, formal contract, general mortgage bond, general obligation bond, government bond, group policy, guaranteed bond, high-grade bond, implied contract, income bond, indent, indenture, insurance policy, interchangeable bond, interim bond, joint bond, letter of credit, money order, mortgage bond, mortgage deed, municipal bond, negotiable bond, negotiable instrument, nominal rate, nonnegotiable bond, note, note of hand, optional bond, paper, par bond, parol contract, participating bond, perpetual bond, policy, postal order, premium bond, promissory note, purchase money bond, recognizance, refunding bond, registered bond, registered certificate, revenue bond, savings bond, second mortgage bond, seconds, secured bond, sight bill, sight draft, small bond, special contract, specialty, specialty contract, state bond, tax anticipation note, tax-free bond, time bill, time draft, title deed, trade acceptance, treasury bill, treasury bond, trust indenture, trustee mortgage bond, unsecured bond, voting bond, voucher, war bond, warrant, yield to maturity

Moby Thesaurus. . 1996.

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  • debenture — de·ben·ture /di ben chər/ n [Anglo French debentour and Medieval Latin debentura, perhaps from Latin debentur they are owed]: an unsecured bond that is backed by the issuer s general credit rather than a specific lien – called also debenture… …   Law dictionary

  • Debenture — De*ben ture (?; 135), n. [L. debentur they are due, fr. debere to owe; cf. F. debentur. So called because these receipts began with the words Debentur mihi.] 1. A writing acknowledging a debt; a writing or certificate signed by a public officer,… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Debenture — Débenture Une débenture est un instrument financier qui a les mêmes caractéristiques qu une obligation, toutefois la débenture n offre aucun bien en garantie. Par conséquent, elle offre moins de couverture pour l acheteur du titre en cas de… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • debênture — s. f. [Brasil] [Economia] Obrigação ao portador. = DEBENTURA   ‣ Etimologia: inglês debenture …   Dicionário da Língua Portuguesa

  • debenture — Security instrument evidencing a debt due from one party to another, payable on demand or otherwise, which can be a fixed and/or floating charge on assets and which can grant the lender broad powers to recover the amount due upon default,… …   Glossary of Bankruptcy

  • debenture — (n.) written acknowledgment of a debt, early 15c., from L. debentur there are due (said to have been the first word in formal certificates of indebtedness), passive present third person plural of debere to owe (see DEBT (Cf. debt)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • debenture — [n] certificate of debt bond, I.O.U., promise to pay, voucher; concepts 318,684 …   New thesaurus

  • debenture — ► NOUN Brit. ▪ a bond of a company acknowledging a debt and yielding a fixed rate of interest. ORIGIN Latin debentur are owing (used as the first word of a certificate recording a debt), from debere owe …   English terms dictionary

  • debenture — [di ben′chər] n. [ME debentur < ML < L, 3d pers. pl., pres. pass. indic., of debere: see DEBT: so called from receipts beginning with the Latin words debentur mihi, there are owing to me] 1. a voucher or certificate acknowledging that a… …   English World dictionary

  • debenture — a fixed interest investment in a company, which has priority for interest payments, generally redeemable after the lapse of a specified time Any debt obligation backed strictly by the borrower s integrity, e.g. an un secured bond. A debenture is… …   Financial and business terms

  • debenture — /dabentyar/ Long term unsecured debt instrument, issued pursuant to an indenture. A promissory note or bond backed by the general credit and earning history of a corporation and usually not secured by a mortgage or lien on any specific property;… …   Black's law dictionary

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