A dollar word is a word where when each of its letters is given a cent value, from a = 1 to z = 26, and the letters are summed, the result is 100. Here is an example on CodeReview, and here is a list of dollar words I found online.
Input will be alphabetical from a-z, in your one language's text datatypes (arrays are allowed). You do not need to account for any other input - there will be no spaces, apostrophes, or hyphens. You can take as lowercase, uppercase, or a combination. Trailing newlines are allowed.
Output a truthy value if the input is a dollar word, and a falsey value if it is not.
buzzy boycott identifies adiabatically ttttt
zzz zzzzzzz abcdefghiljjjzz tttt basic
This is code-golf, so the shortest answer in bytes wins! Standard loopholes and rules apply. Tie goes to first poster.