PRONUNCIATION: (HUN-ee-fuh-guhl)
verb tr., intr.: To deceive or swindle, especially by flattery.
Perhaps from honey + fugle (to cheat). Earliest documented use: 1829. Also spelled as honeyfugle.

MONEYFUGGLE - to flatter vain men for their money. Ex:

The minute you walked in the joint
I could tell you were a man of distinction; a real big spender.
Hey Big Spender! Spend...a little time with me.