Definition of "ocker" [ocker]

  • An uncultivated or boorish Australian (noun)
  • Typical of such a person (adverb)
  • A boorish or uncultivated Australian. (noun)

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  • Pertaining to an ocker. (adjective)
  • Interest on money; usury; increase. (noun)
  • To increase (in price); add to. (verb)

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Use "ocker" in a sentence
  • "When I was brought up in Queensland, the word 'ocker' was a pejorative term that was used for Asians normally Chinese, Vietnamese, etc."
  • "There is another meaning of the word 'ocker' which is 'true-blue and down-to-earth Australian', with rural or working class undertones."
  • "The scholarly and comprehensive but under-used Australian National Dictionary AND; Oxford, 1988 Ockersford? gives three related senses for "ocker", with copious citation of sources."