Why is Money Called Bucks?

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'Buck' is slang for money and the word buck is shortened from buck skin, from a deer, which the skins were used for currency back in the day. Kinda hard to put in your wallet, I'd think!
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A dollar is called a buck do to the history of trade with the American Indians. In the past, before money became a standard practice, the Indians use to trade ...
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