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ocker Syllabification: ock·er
Pronunciation: /ˈäkər/
informal

Definition of ocker in English:

noun

Australian
A boorish or aggressive person, especially an Australian man.
Example sentences
  • And when she takes on blokey mannerisms, the result isn't an ugly, boorish ocker, but a smart woman celebrating Australia by parodying it.

Origin

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

Words that rhyme with ocker

blocker, chocker, docker, Fokker, interlocker, locker, mocha, mocker, quokka, rocker, saltimbocca, shocker, soccer, stocker

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