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10.
to pay up the money one person is supposed to owe.
I have read the article that actor Nicolas Cage has to pony up a lot of money to the IRS, after a ongoing years on splurging on stuff he just can't afford.
by jimmibean1989 December 15, 2009
 
1.
Pay up; pay the two dollars.
We've been drinking for two days. Now it's time for you to pony up your share.
by octopod February 07, 2004
 
2.
Pitch in some money to help pay for a group item.
We're all getting Beth a stripper for her 30th birthday. Did you pony up
yet?
by Mark Singer February 06, 2004
 
3.
to pay up after losing in poker or other card games
my full house beat your pair, pony up biatch
by ian the d February 06, 2004
 
4.
1) To pay up
2) To put money down

Originating from the latin word "Pone" (said like pony), which means money. The phrase Pony Up came from putting your money up on the table in a game of chance. Hence' Pone (Pony) up on the table.


In Poker: The ante's just been raise, so pony up boys,

In General: Urgh, the ring I've been looking at is expensive, but sooner or later I'll have to pony up the dough.
by Xenoranger February 13, 2009
 
5.
brony speech for "step up" or "man up"
* Applejack is about to arm wrestle Rainbow Dash *
Applejack: Let's arm wrestle for the tickets!
Rainbow Dash: Alright, pony up bitch!
by MonotoneTyler13 July 01, 2011
 
6.
Meaning: to put (something) up, often money. Pony, derived from pone, Lat. (present imperative, sing.) Poneo, ponere, "to put" Hence, to pony up is frequently used in monetary settings and games of chance where the demand is made to "pony up", or stake a monetary sum.
"Pony up or shut up".
by A. Discipulus. July 31, 2013
 
7.
To put up enough money to stay in a hand of poker.
You need to pony up the cash in order to stay in the hand.
by Bill February 08, 2004