miser: a person who loves money and hates spending it
misery: . [U] great suffering of the mind or body Synonym: DISTRESS
Fame brought her nothing but misery.
. [U] very poor living conditions Synonym: POVERTY
The vast majority of the country live in utter misery.
. [C] something that causes great suffering of mind or body: the miseries of unemployment
. [C] (BrE, informal) a person who is always unhappy and complaining: Don't be such an old misery! ◆ Old misery guts here doesn't want to go out.
Is there a philological relation between these two? They are very similar(like noun and adj) but I can't form a relation berween them...