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Necker vs Nacker - What's the difference?

necker | nacker |

As nouns the difference between necker and nacker

is that necker is neckerchief, especially from the scouts or necker can be someone who kisses; a kisser or necker can be someone or something with a certain type of neck while nacker is .



Etymology 1

Shortening of neckerchief


(en noun)
  • neckerchief, especially from the Scouts
  • Etymology 2

    From the verb neck


    (en noun)
  • Someone who kisses; a kisser
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  • *:We all ate at the Liberty Grill, and then Bernice and I drove her family's Pontiac upriver, to a hill overlooking Tongue Point, where plenty of neckers were fogging up the windows.
  • Etymology 3

    From the noun neck


    (en noun)
  • someone or something with a certain type of neck.
  • nacker



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