/ˈdʒækoʊ/ (say 'jakoh)

noun Colloquial
(sometimes lower case) a kookaburra.
Also, Jackie, Jacky, Jacky boy. {(laughing) jack(ass) + -o}
/ˈdʒækoʊ/ (say 'jakoh)

noun World War I Colloquial
Turkish soldiers collectively; the Turkish armed forces: *an army fights on its stomach and that's the way the women of Australia are making it very hard for Jacko in Egypt and the Hun in France. –Patsy Adam-Smith, 1978.

Australian English dictionary. 2014.

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