There is an important difference to be made when somebody asks for some money. Not knowing this difference could lead to misunderstanding, arguments, and a duel in extreme cases. See, when somebody asks to "borrow" some money, that means it is a loan. They understand this, and by using this word, it means they have the intent to pay it back at some point. (Of course, they say the road to hell is paved with good intentions, so take that how you wanna.) That's one thing.
When somebody asks to "have" some money, it is not a loan. They want you to render the monies to them on a permanent basis, and you should never expect to see it again. When this word is used, you should understand and consider it before giving an answer. If somebody asks (usually tells) you to "gimme" some money, it's a strongarm move. They wish to deprive you of it against your will. You have the right to resolve that situation whatever way you see fit (including beating them senseless with the nearest blunt object.) All different concepts to be handled differently.
Lately, however, I've seen a new one pop up. Folk now ask to "use" money. Like, "Ay cuz, lemme use 200 dollars." (You can't make this shit up...) Use it? Fuck you mean, my dude? That could mean anything...it could mean he'll give it back, it could mean he's robbin you, it could mean he wants to put it in the stock market, it could mean he just wants to make very expensive paper airplanes. The thing about asking to "use" money is it kind of sounds like he's gonna use it and give it back...but really if you accept when asked that question, that's open to their interpretation. (Or in layman's terms, "they ain't say shit like that") Just givin y'all a heads up...if somebody asks to "use" some money, get some clarification before you end up in a dispute you can't win.