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gelt

gelt² /gɛlt/
-noun Slang.
money.

[Origin: 1890-95; < Yiddish < MHG geld money; in earlier Brit. dial. uses < G or D; see geld²]

Source: Dictionary.com.

The got plenty of gelt to blow on guns and tanks and warplanes, buppie, J. J. Flash thought.

Source: Turn of the Cards, Victor Milán.

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