Definitions for simoleonsəˈmoʊ li ən
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That'll cost you five simoleons.
Origin: Most commonly accepted theory: late 19th century macaronic blend of simon, from simon (17th-century British slang), and Napoleon. Perhaps from New Orleans. Also see simony.
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