Definition of ocker in English:

ocker

Line breaks: ocker
Pronunciation: /ˈɒkə
 
/

noun

Australian informal
A rough and uncultivated Australian man: [as modifier]: an ocker sports writer
More example sentences
  • Then there is the great ocker hero Kostya Tsuzu.
  • The two ockers in question are Paul Hogan and Michael Caton.
  • Bazza was the catalyst for the rise of the ocker, the 70s larrikin.

Origin

alteration of Oscar, popularized by the name of a character in an Australian television series (1965–68).

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