Origin of wack1
Definition for wack (2 of 2)
verb (used with or without object), noun
Examples from the Web for wack
And he can go from talking to his Wack Pack to talking to Julia Roberts.Andy Cohen Reveals His ‘Watch What Happens Live’ Dream Guests|Kevin Fallon|July 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Thankfully, the “mother of the Wack Packers” lived up to her reputation.My Night at ‘America’s Got Talent’ With Mariann From Brooklyn|Kevin Fallon|July 31, 2013|DAILY BEAST
One of his most famous was the New York billboard he painted with the slogan “Crack is Wack.”Keith Haring’s Public, Political Art at Paris’s Musée D’Art Moderne|Alice Cavanagh|April 19, 2013|DAILY BEAST
We made our way to the store of Wack Stillman, a favourite rendezvous for the loafers and off-works.Adventures in Many Lands|Various
I throw out the dirt: (M) wapattikosch; (R) wacktóhsch (wack short).
British Dictionary definitions for wack
Word Origin for wack
Word Origin and History for wack
"crazy person," 1938, back-formation from wacky. Adjective in slang sense of "worthless, stupid," is attested from late 1990s.