Connie mack



[mak] /mæk/

noun
1.
Connie
[kon-ee] /ˈkɒn i/ (Show IPA), (Cornelius McGillicuddy) 1862–1956, U.S. baseball player and manager.
2.
a male given name.
/mæk/
noun
1.
(Brit, informal) a variant spelling of mac short for mackintosh (sense 1), mackintosh (sense 3)
/mæk/
noun
1.
(slang) a pimp

proprietary name for a brand of heavy automobile trucks, named for brothers John M., Augustus F., and William C. Mack, who established Mack Brothers Company, N.Y., N.Y., in 1902. Their trucks formally known as “Mack Trucks” from 1910.

noun

A pimp: copped you a mack

Related Terms

mac1

[1887+; fr 15thcentury mackerel, ”pimp,” fr Old French macquerel, perhaps related to Dutch makelaar, ”trade, traffic,” hence ultimately to make, macher, etc]

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