n. - Cock with an "a" instead of an "o."
1. She was suckin' on my cack all night. And it was nice.
2. Don't be such a cack, man.
von Hemang 21. Mai 2008
Noun: a person, place, thing or event that a person has extreme distaste for. Also a term of violence if somebody is about to get “Cacked” in the face.

It also has a very general use, often substituted for the generic and overused word “fuck”. If I accidentally hit my finger with a hammer, I would say “Cack!!”, not “fuck”.

“Cackasaurus” is an extreme manifestation of Cack. If a person is very rude and very unpleasant, that would constitute the label of “Cackasaurus”.

Adverb: when “Cack” is set in motion…If a rude person is walking down the street, he is in fact, Cackingly walking down the street.
CACK man!!! I can’t believe you let that Cackasaurus walk away in that Cackingly demeanor...let's get him!!!
von uncle catfish & McNugett 4. Oktober 2013
another word for have sex with, in the verb sense.
I cacked that bitch so hard last night.
von urgayallday 1. Januar 2010
The real origin of the word 'cack' derives from the scottish gaelic word,'cach'
Meaning 'shit or poo'

'Ciamar a tha an latha?'
'Bha e Uabhasach cach'

'How was your day?'
'It was terribly cack (Shit)'
von Ceitidh (Katie) 6. März 2008
Shit. Comes from slavic languages, cacashka (Russian)
Our beast made a cack in the kitchen
von matilda134 1. April 2014
Used in the popular cartoon shorts featuring Dr. Tran, a Cack is any store. There is a Super Cack, where the talking gum-obsessed chicken buys slacks; and Toy Cack where Grandma Norma takes Leland and Dr. Tran after running over many, many little boys.
Announcer: "Toy Cack, 30,000 locations worldwide! Open 'til 10 PM!"

Hotel Soap: "Everything's Fucking Wonderful!"

"Take off your top and get killed by Greg Kinnear!"
von CMKTBH 22. Januar 2010
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