dust
 n.— «He recently heard a new slang term, “dust,” meaning money, as in, “He better get some dust if he wants to go out with me.” Says North Sider Rehak, “I would argue, “dust” is not a North Side word.”» —“Study of slang a study of language” by Delia O’Hara Chicago Sun-Times Feb. 15, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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