jacky (plural jackies)

  1. (slang, derogatory) A sailor.
    • 1918, Winston Churchill (novelist), A Traveller in War-time
      Up and down that street on a bright Saturday afternoon may be seen our Middle Western jackies chumming with the British sailors and Tommies, or flirting with the Irish girls, or gazing through the little panes of the show-windows […]
  2. (UK, dialect, archaic) English gin.
    • W. S. Gilbert, H.M.S. Pinafore
      I've snuff, and tobacky, / And excellent jacky.

Proper noun
  1. A nickname used instead of the male given name Jack or John.
  2. A diminutive of the female given name Jacqueline.
  • Spanish: Jacky

jacky (plural Jackies)

  1. (Australia, ethnic slur, offensive) An aborigine.

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