noun (sometimes initial capital letter) British Slang.
Origin of jacky
Definition for jacky (2 of 3)
noun, plural Jack·ies.
Definition for jacky (3 of 3)
noun British Slang.
Examples from the Web for jacky
Jacky, Dieuseul, and I slept in the truck to the extent sleep was possible.
It was several seconds, perhaps a minute, before Jacky said that it must have been an earthquake.
The men gave a hurrah, and George and Jacky prepared to run and find the treasure.It Is Never Too Late to Mend|Charles Reade
Then following Jacky's lead she passed up the staircase which led from the kitchen to the rooms above.
His love for Jacky rivaled his passion for poker, and in its pure honesty was perhaps nearly as strong as that feverish zest.
However, they were none the less hearty in their toast, and Jacky and Bill were the two first to raise their glasses on high.
Jacky hesitated—she did not know how to go on, so she repeated: If ye please, Miss Anne— and stopped again.Merkland|Mrs. Oliphant