Used to explain that you are making money in cash, instead of jewlery or checks or something. Used especially after having stole something
"Oh snap, I just got cash money from that old lady over ther....."
"Man, someone just stole some of my cash money from my wallet"
by CrazySleepyFun March 09, 2007
Used by Macedonian Orthodox to describe assets other than obvious artifacts within their culture, i.e. "cash money" is what is locked in the safe and not kept in the open.
He stole some vodka, got drunk, and when he couldn't find the cash money he lit the church on fire to cover his trail.
by Jetlxix January 13, 2007
Bills and change; legal tender, though not always put to legal use. Harder for the man to trace that credit cards or charge cards.
I'm not going to score a quarter on my credit card, let's hit the bank fo some cash money.
by Relento September 12, 2003
that through which you obtain bling, cars, hypnotiq, etc.
I'm gonna run da club and crush all those hoes when I roll the cash money.
by Gary Coleman September 09, 2003
payment in the form of cash rather than credit card or cheque
Street merchants only accept cash money.
by saturday boy September 09, 2003
Not a check, but another form of money that I don't have.
You want some cash money? Go talk to someone else!
by Doco The Magic Dragon and Larry September 08, 2003
Money in the form of dollar bills, not checks or credit cards.
Cash money millionares?
by Julie January 18, 2003

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