C-note

C-note (slang)

Type: noun

Pronunciation: /c-no-t/

Plural: C-notes

What does C-note mean?

A $100 bill.

Synonyms: Guap, Cheese, Guala, Racks, Cake, Benji,

Origin: A note is a dollar bill. The C in C-note stands for “centum”, which means 100 in Latin. C also = 100 in Roman numerals.

Example sentence: “I got a good deal on these kicks, it only cost me a C-note.”

C-note in songs:

“Keep it one hundred like a C-note, pea coat” – E-40, Catch a Fade.

“He know we be in the casino, lightin’ Cubans with a C-note” – Logic, Alright.

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