15+ Slang Words For 100 Dollars (And How To Use Them)

Don't hate all the greens: some come in the form of $100. Even if $100 easily comes and goes, appreciate them while you have them in your pockets. Here are some slang words to refer to them!

Slang Words for $100 (in Alphabetical Order)

5 Dubs

Meaning:

  • (Noun) A dub is a slang term for $20 so 5 of it is $100. 
  • Example: My mom gave me a dub for every task I checked off. So I have 5 dubs from last weekend.

100 Bucks

Meaning:

  • (Noun) This is the most common slang for $100. It is said to originate from trading buck or sheep skin in the early Americas. 
  • Example: Peter has to pay Lara Jean 100 bucks every time he lies to her face.

100 Simoleon

Meaning:

  • (Noun) One simoleon has the same value as one dollar. Although informally used to refer to a dollar, simoleon is also the currency of a popular virtual game.
  • Example: Gina thinks it’s unfair that she gets 50 while her sister gets 100 simoleons to spend.

Avocado

Meaning:

  • (Noun) In Australian slang, an avocado can mean 100 Australian Dollars (AUD) because of the shared color of the paper money and the fruit.
  • Example: Hey mate, can you lend me an avocado? I’ll pay you back as soon as I can.

Benji

Meaning:

  • (Noun) An informal way in America to call $100, in reference to Benjamin Franklin who is printed on the paper note. 
  • Example: I got a couple of benjis left. What should we buy with them?

Bills

Meaning:

  • (Noun) A conversational word for money.
  • Example: The last 100 bill in my pocket goes to savings. 

C-Note

Meaning:

  • (Noun) C is the Roman Numeral for 100 and note is another term for money. Put them together and you still have $100.
  • Example: Olivia found a c-note lying on the floor and reached out for it immediately.

Ghost & Bradman

Meaning:

  • (Noun) An Australian slang for 100 AUD. This is in reference to National Cricketer player, Don Bradman’s 99.94 score point average for test cricket batting.
  • Example: It’s good to save a ghost & bradman for a rainy day.

Green Soldier

Meaning:

  • (Noun) An Australian slang for General John Monash who is printed on 100 AUD. He was a World War 1 military commander of the country.
  • Example: Grandma gave one green soldier for each of the kids every Christmas.

Grey Nurse

Meaning:

  • (Noun) An Australian slang for the original 100 AUD featuring a knight veiled in a silver armor. The similarities to the grey nurse shark were then pictured out.
  • Example: A grey nurse is reserved for museums nowadays.

Hunned

Meaning:

  • (Noun) A street slang for hundred dollars.
  • Example: This hunned should be placed in a time capsule. It’s the first money I ever earned.

Jolly Green Giant

Meaning:

  • (Noun) A slang term that refers to 100 AUD. 100 AUD has a green color and has the greatest value in circulation. .
  • Example: The teacher announced that a jolly green giant would be the reward for whoever earns a perfect mark in the test.

Tree Frog & Peppermint

Meaning:

  • (Noun) An old Australian slang for 100 AUD. In Australian slang, frog means to be very giddy about something while peppermint trees that have green leaves are notably to grow in the country. Again, 100 AUD are colored in green and anybody would be excited to receive them.
  • Example: While rummaging through her old bag, Elle found a tree frog & peppermint between the pages of an old notebook.

Watermelon

Meaning:

  • (Noun) The fruit’s rich green color on the outside is used as reference for 100 AUD in Australian slang.
  • Example: My uncle secretly slipped a watermelon to my hand while my mom was talking to my aunt.

Yards 

Meaning:

  • (Noun) An American slang that is equivalent to $100.
  • Example: It’s not even that far. 2 yards for that short cab ride is just ridiculous.

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