noun (sometimes initial capital letter) British Slang.
Origin of jacky
noun, plural Jack·ies.
noun British Slang.
Origin of jackey
Related Words for jackygob, sailor, mate, skipper, seafarer, navigator, salt, pilot, midshipman, tar, middy, beachcomber, merman, cockswain, jacky
Examples from the Web for jacky
Contemporary Examples of jacky
It was several seconds, perhaps a minute, before Jacky said that it must have been an earthquake.
Jacky, Dieuseul, and I slept in the truck to the extent sleep was possible.
Historical Examples of jacky
His voice rose; he was falling into the rhythm of a scene with Jacky.
Jacky had announced her discovery when he fetched her from the lawn.
More words from Jacky were necessary—words unequivocal, undenied.
Jacky followed this, and said that, for her part, she thought it a lovely tune.
Yes, Jacky was past her prime, whatever that prime may have been.