simoleon
noun Etymology: origin unknown Date: 1896 slang dollar

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Simoleon — may refer to:* A slang term for a dollar * The basic unit of currency in many Maxis games, including SimCity, The Sims and The Urbz (symbol §)ee also* The Great Simoleon Caper …   Wikipedia

  • simoleon — (n.) slang for a dollar, 1895, American English, of unknown origin; related sambolio is attested from 1886 …   Etymology dictionary

  • simoleon — ☆ simoleon [sə mō′lē ən ] n. [prob. < obs. simon, a dollar, by assoc. with NAPOLEON] [Old Slang] a dollar …   English World dictionary

  • simoleon — n A dollar. I don t have a simoleon to my name. 1890s …   Historical dictionary of American slang

  • simoleon — [si”molian] n. a dollar. (Underworld.) □ How many simoleons is this going to cost me? □ For only one simoleon, you get a ticket to the greatest show on earth …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • simoleon — /seuh moh lee euhn/, n. Slang. a dollar. [1895 1900, Amer.; orig. uncert.] * * * …   Universalium

  • simoleon — noun One dollar. Thatll cost you five simoleons …   Wiktionary

  • simoleon — n. (Slang) dollar …   English contemporary dictionary

  • simoleon — [sɪ məʊlɪɒn] noun US informal a dollar. Origin C19: perh. on the pattern of napoleon …   English new terms dictionary

  • simoleon — si·mo·leon …   English syllables

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