Definition funny of Nacker:

urbanA nacker is another word for gypsies/travellers used by the irish.

urban"look at dem nackers over der!" "ya bunch of nackers boi" "De feckin nackers are back!"

urbanA cultured white person, who understands black culture, but maintains white pride. Used by Atlanta area members of a gang called the "Cracker Side Nackers" to refer to each other on the streets.

urbanAll my nackers got my back, now what you gonna do?

urbanLike the English chav only irish Live in city Rude,dangerous, poor white trash.

urbanHad to call the cops cause of the nackers in the shop

urbanA member of the irish travelling community ..


Songs about Nacker:

songs3 Belloc Songs: No. 1. Ha'nacker Mill by The Carice Singers from the Album Warlock: Choral Music

songs3 Belloc Songs: No. 1. Ha'nacker Mill by Benjamin Luxon from the Album Warlock Songs

songsHa'Nacker Mill by Elizabeth Ritchie from the Album The Best Of British Song

songsHa'Nacker Mill by Graham Johnson Felicity Lott from the Album My Own Country - An English Song Collection

songsHa'nacker Mill by Ian Partridge from the Album Jeffreys, J.: Northumberland and Beyond

songsHa'nacker Mill by Benjamin Luxon from the Album Butterworth / Gurney: Songs

songsHa'nacker Mill by Nathan Vale from the Album Love's Voices


Books about Nacker:

booksBoys own paper Xmas Number 1895 "Jump Jimmy Nacker!" by Louis Wain etc (1895)

booksDeployment Fundamentals, Vol. 3: Deploying Windows 7 Using System Center Configuration Manager 2007 by Arwidmark... (1000)

booksHa'nacker Mill. [Song.] Words by Hilaire Belloc, etc by Mary Plumstead (1975)

booksHa'nacker Mill. [Song.] Poem by H. Belloc, etc by Hubert S Brown (1932)

booksThree Choruses to Texts by Hilaire Belloc. For mixed voices a cappella. 1. The False Heart ... 2. Ha'nacker Mill... by Gabriel Fontrier (1965)

booksHa'nacker Mill. Part song for T. T. B. B. (unaccompanied). Words by Hilaire Belloc (The Elkin new choral Series... by William Reginald Pasfield (1964)

booksHa'nacker Mill. [Song.] The poem by H. Belloc by Peter Warlock (1927)


Wiki information Nacker:

Owen Nacker
Man, Deceased Person, Person

Owen Nacker was an American automotive engineer.

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