Backend (slang) Type: noun Pronunciation: /back-end/ Also spelled: Back End What does Backend mean? Concert or show money. Synonyms: Dinero, Guap, Guala, Cheese, Bread, Cheddar, Example sentence: “After the show, we got the backend and we were on our way to a new city.” Backend in songs: “I count my backend and I turn up […]


Benji (slang) Type: noun Pronunciation: /ben-ji/ Plural: Benjis What does Benji mean? A $100 bill. Synonyms: C-note, Blue Face, Blue Cheese, Cheddar, Guala, Racks, Cake Origin: A $100 federal note has a portrait of Benjamin Franklin in the front. “Benji” is short for Benjamin. Example sentence: “We spent a benji on dinner. It was delicious.” […]

Blue Cheese

Blue Cheese (slang) Type: noun Pronunciation: /blu-ch-ease/ What does Blue Cheese mean? A hundred dollar bill with the blue stripe. Synonyms: Cheese, Bread, Guala, Cheddar, Paper, Racks, Cake, Benji, Franklin Example sentence: “The banker brought me a lot of blue cheese.” Blue Cheese in songs: “I ride with some hundreds on me, I got the blue cheese” […]

Blue Faces

Blue Faces (slang) Type: noun, money Pronunciation: /blu-fay-ces/ Singular: Blue Face What does Blue Faces mean? $100 bills. Synonyms: Benji, Stacks, C-Note, Guap, Cheese, Example sentence: “I’m going to the bank to pick up some blue faces.” Blue Faces in songs: “Something ’bout blue faces, I like money conversations” – A Boogie, No Promises. “Why […]


Bread (slang) Type: noun Pronunciation: /br-ed/ Similar: Dough, What does Bread mean? Money. Synonyms: Guap, Cheese, Guala, Racks, Pesos, Cake Example sentence: “Wake up, it’s time to go get this bread.” Bread in songs: “What good is the bread if my niggas is broke?” – J. Cole, Middle Child. “Counting all this bread, I don’t […]