List of Slang Terms for Money | Money Slang

Slang For Money

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Bacon – Slang for Money

Band (as in rubber band) – Slang for 1000 dollars

Bank – A large sum of Money

Bank Roll – A large sum of Money

Benjamins – Slang for the 100 dollar bill The person appearing on the 100 dollar bill is Benjamin Franklin.

Benjies – Slang for the 100 dollar bill (like benjamins)

Big Faces – Money with larger faces on them. This includes all bills except the one $1 bill (often used to refer to the $100 bill).

Bill – Slang for a 100 dollars

Bread – Slang for Money (not too common, mostly used in rap)

Booty – A large sum of money or valuables (used mostly when talking about pirates and treasure)

Bucks – Slang for Dollars

C-Note – A 100 dollar bill

Cabbage – Slang for Money (not very common)

Cake – Slang for Money (not very common)

Cash – Slang for Money (very common)

Change – Slang for small coins

Cheddar – Slang for Money (not too common, mostly used in rap, like “cheese” below)

Cheese – Slang for Money

Clams – Slang for 1 dollar bills

Coin – Slang for Money

Cream/C.R.E.A.M. – Slang for Money. Also acronym for “Cash Rules Everything Around Me” (not too common, mostly used in rap)

Dead Presidents – Slang for Money (not very common, referring to the fact that the faces on American money are usually former presidents)

Dinero – Slang for Money

Dough – Slang for Money (very common)

Frogskins – Slang for various bills

a ‘G’ – Slang for 1000 dollars

Grand – Slang for 1000 dollars

Green – Slang for Money (fairly common)

Greenbacks – Slang for dollar bills

Grip – Slang for Money (not too common)

Gwop/Guap – A large amount of money

Hundie – A 100 dollar bill.

Hundo – A 100 dollar bill.

Jacksons – Slang for a 20 dollar bill

Kraft Singles – $1 bills (comes from the term “cheese” above)

Lettuce – Slang for Money

Lick – easy money (money that is obtained easily)

Loot – A large sum of money or valuables

Mozzarella – Slang for Money (comes from the term “cheese” above)

Mula/Moolah/Moola – Slang for Money (fairly common)

Paper – Slang for Money (somewhat common, mostly used in rap)

Racks – Money (in thousands of dollars)

Sacagaweas – Slang for Sacagawea dollar coins

Samolean – Slang for Dollars (not too common, older slang)

Sawbuck – a 10 dollar bill

Scratch – A small amount of money (usually change)

Scrilla – Slang for Money (somewhat common, mostly used in rap)

Singles – Slang for 1 dollar bills

Stack – Slang for 1000 dollars

Trap – The place where you make your money (from the 2012 Nicki Minaj song “Beez in the Trap”)

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