cack

[keek]
1. n. dung; feces. (Usually objectionable. See also caca.)
Wipe that cack off your shoes before you come in here!
The sidewalks are just covered with cack!
2. in. to defecate. (Usually objectionable.)
The dog cacked right there on Fifth Avenue.
“Dogs can’t cack here,”hollered the police officer.
3. AND kack; kak in. to empty one’s stomach; to vomit.
I cacked all night with the flu.
I’ve never heard anybody cack so loud in my life!
4. AND kack; kak tv. to kill someone. D Frank threatened to cack Veronica if she didn’t straighten up.
The witness got kacked before she could testify.
5. tv. to deceive someone; to shit (sense 7) someone.
That didn’t happen! You’re just cacking me.

Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions. 2015.

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  • cack — cack·ler; cack; cack·le; …   English syllables

  • Cack — (k[a^]k), v. i. [OE. cakken, fr. L. cacare; akin to Gr. kakka^n, and to OIr. cacc dung; cf. AS. cac.] To ease the body by stool; to go to stool. Pope. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • cack|le — «KAK uhl», noun, verb, led, ling. –n. 1. the shrill, broken sound that a hen makes, especially after laying an egg: »The cackle in the henhouse awoke the farmer. 2. shrill, harsh, or broken laughter: »Before the comedian finished the joke, there… …   Useful english dictionary

  • cack — act of voiding excrement; to void excrement, mid 15c., from L. cacare (see CACA (Cf. caca)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • cack — ► NOUN Brit. informal ▪ excrement. ORIGIN Old English, from Latin cacare defecate …   English terms dictionary

  • cack — /kæk/ (say kak) Colloquial –noun 1. muck; filth. 2. faeces. 3. a very funny person: she s such a cack. 4. a very funny incident; a social event, etc., involving lots of humour: the party was a real cack. –verb (i) 5. to defecate. –verb (t) 6. to… …   Australian English dictionary

  • cack — 1. verb a) To defecate. <!Websters 1913 b) In brass instrument technique, to incorrectly play a note by hitting a partial other than the one intended: The bugler hopes not to cack during his performance.; The conductor instructed the trumpet… …   Wiktionary

  • cack — I Australian Slang 1. (n., v.) cackle; 2. have a laugh; 3. someone with a sense of humour; 4. very funny person: That guy s such a cack ; 5. faeces; 6. defecate; to soil with excrement: The baby cacked its nappy (from Middle English cakken,… …   English dialects glossary

  • Cack — Excrement; from this, though much reduced, we have today cack handed = clumsy. [< Lat. caco = to defecate] …   Dictionary of Medieval Terms and Phrases

  • Cack — 1. (n., v.) cackle; 2. have a laugh; 3. someone with a sense of humour; 4. very funny person: That guy s such a cack ; 5. faeces; 6. defecate; to soil with excrement: The baby cacked its nappy (from Middle English cakken, kakken) …   Dictionary of Australian slang


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