Greed is called a selfish desire to obtain money, wealth, food, material possessions or any other entity more than one legitimately needs. Greed is listed as one of the Catholic seven deadly sins, usually by the synonym of avarice. A basic desire to increase one's wealth is generally considered acceptable in Western culture, and simple want is not considered greed.
Greed (or Greed: The Series) was a television game show where a team of contestants answered a series of multiple-choice trivia questions for a potential prize of up to $2 million (later $4 million during the five Super Greed episodes).
Greed (ã‚°ãƒªãƒ¼ãƒ‰ GurÄ«do) is fictional character in Namco's Soul Series of fighting games. He is a special "Prepare to Defend Yourself" challenge on Soul Calibur III Tales of Souls Mode, in which he steals all the player's gained money up until that point if he wins the battle, and also an unlockable Bonus Character. He represents the "Kunai" Create-a-Soul discipline.
Greed is an album by the New York No Wave band Swans. It features slightly more melodic and dark sounds than the very brutal noise rock the band was known for playing. Certain tracks utilize drum machines, the lead instrument on "Fool" is a grand piano, and "Money Is Flesh" uses a synthesizer.
One of the seven chief features, or stumbling blocks. Its positive pole is egotism; its negative pole is voracity. It is caused by a fear of not having enough of a particular thing, such as money, food, sex, or attention.
We all know what greed is. In WoW, the word can also be used as a verb as in "I'll greed that if it drops" - indicates that the player would like to roll "greed" on an item, as opposed to not roll (passing) or rolling "need." Check out the official site for more information on loot rules.
Greed is a program developed to prevent file-sharing in Napster. While Napster is running, Greed monitors the Napster Save Path for new files and transfers any new files into a user-specified directory.