Meaning of alte kacker in English:

alte kacker

Pronunciation /ˌaltəˈkakə/


slang US
  • In Jewish usage, a mildly pejorative term for: an elderly man. Abbreviated "AK".


Early 20th century; earliest use found in Variety. From Yiddish alter kaker from German (vulgar and derogatory) alter Kacker old man (also with masculine definite article, der alte Kacker) from alter, weak masculine singular of alt + Kacker (vulgar) despicable person, especially denoting a man.