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It Has 4 letters ( c a c k )         1 vowels ( a )         3 consonants ( c c k )         Word on the contrary kcac

Which the Definition/Meaning of cack in categoryENGLISH - ETYMOLOGY 2
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English - Etymology 2

From Latin _cacare_ (“to defecate”). Compare _caca_. VERB CACK (_third-person singular simple present_ CACKS, _present participle_ CACKING, _simple past and past participle_ CACKED) * (intransitive) To defecate. * 2005, M. J. Simpson, _Hitchhiker: A Biography of Douglas Adams_, page 322, ‘I asked him once if he got nervous before doing it,’ says Astin, ‘and he said he was absolutely CACKING himself before going on stage, but as soon as he got there it was fantastic.’ * (US, slang) To kill. _“He tried to shoot me, so I CACKED him.”_ SYNONYMS * See also Wikisaurus:defecate NOUN CACK (_plural_ CACKS) * An act of defecation. * Excrement. * Rubbish. DERIVED TERMS * cack-handed, cack-house (archaic)

From Latin cacare (to defecate). Compare caca.

Verb

cack (third-person singular simple present cacks, present participle cacking, simple past and past participle cacked)

  1. (intransitive) To defecate.
  2. (US, slang) To kill.
    “He tried to shoot me, so I cacked him.”
Synonyms

Noun

cack (plural cacks)

  1. An act of defecation.
  2. Excrement.
  3. Rubbish.
Derived terms
  • cack-handed, cack-house (archaic)

Which the Definition/Meaning of cack in categoryENGLISH - PRONUNCIATION
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English - Pronunciation

* IPA(key): /kæk/ * Rhymes: -æk

  • IPA(key): /kæk/
  • Rhymes: -æk

Which the Definition/Meaning of cack in categoryENGLISH - ETYMOLOGY 1
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English - Etymology 1

Onomatopoeia. NOUN CACK (_plural_ CACKS) * A squawk. * 1916, Frank Michler Chapman, _Handbook of Birds of Eastern North America_, page 493, […] for on occasions he gives utterance to an entirely uncharacteristic series of _cacking_ notes, and even mounts high in the tree to sing a hesitating medley of the same unmusical _CACKS_, broken whistled calls, and attempted trills. * A discordant note. VERB CACK (_third-person singular simple present_ CACKS, _present participle_ CACKING, _simple past and past participle_ CACKED) * (of a bird) To squawk. * 1990, P. H. Liotta, _Learning to Fly_, page 32, Still fluffy with down, she often attacks the other birds, CACKING and flashing her wings, or threatens me as I watch through the tiny peephole of the near box. * 2000, Minnesota Ornithologists′ Union, _The Loon_, Volumes 72-74, page 37, While the Gyrfalcon CACKED loudly on each stoop, the owl did not scream. * 2007, Turk Allcott, _Time Leak_, page 63, Peckle snitted them off and CACKED at them. Then he flew up by the rope-tie spot and puffed out his chest and then the wrens made another dash for the scraps and he dove down and CACKED them away. * (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 section not to CACK the first note of the symphony._

Onomatopoeia.

Noun

cack (plural cacks)

  1. A squawk.
  2. A discordant note.

Verb

cack (third-person singular simple present cacks, present participle cacking, simple past and past participle cacked)

  1. (of a bird) To squawk.
  2. (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 section not to cack the first note of the symphony.

Which the Definition/Meaning of cack in categoryENGLISH - ETYMOLOGY 3
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English - Etymology 3

VERB CACK (_third-person singular simple present_ CACKS, _present participle_ CACKING, _simple past and past participle_ CACKED) * (Australian slang) To laugh. _I had to cack when you fell down the stairs._ SEE ALSO * cack up

Verb

cack (third-person singular simple present cacks, present participle cacking, simple past and past participle cacked)

  1. (Australian slang) To laugh.
    I had to cack when you fell down the stairs.
See also

Which the Definition/Meaning of cack in categoryENGLISH - ETYMOLOGY 4
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English - Etymology 4

From _cock_. NOUN CACK (_uncountable_) * (slang) penis.

From cock.

Noun

cack (uncountable)

  1. (slang) penis.


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