Remit (verb): Middle English remitten, from Latin remittere to
Remittance (noun): a sum of money sent to a person or place in payment of a
demand or debt.
Ch 17: Nothing has, as yet, turned up; and it may not surprise
you, my dear Master Copperfield, so much as it would a stranger, to know that we
are at present waiting for a remittance from London, to discharge our pecuniary
obligations at this hotel.
Ch 18: I am growing great in Latin verses, and neglect the laces of my boots.
Doctor Strong refers to me in public as a promising young scholar. Mr. Dick is
wild with joy, and my aunt remits me a guinea by the next post.
Ch 60: My aunt and I, when we were left alone, talked far into the night. How
the emigrants never wrote home, otherwise than cheerfully and hopefully; how Mr.
Micawber had actually remitted divers small sums of money, on account of those
'pecuniary liabilities', in reference to which he had been so business-like as
between man and man