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a poor white person from southern United States who worked alongside slaves. Were said to have eaten crackers as their main diet because they were so poor.
A poor white person who didn't own any land during the civil war era is known as a "cracker".
by Miss Sparks June 29, 2009
 
1.
Originally the white slave driver because he would "crack" the whip, hence the noun cracker.
Yo homey pick the cotton faster cuz here comes ole Mr.Cracker with his whip!
by MrCracker June 29, 2003
 
2.
Noun. Slang word used to refer to those of European ancestry. The word is thought to have either derived from the sound of a whip being cracked by slave owners, or because crackers are generally white in color.
I'm still waiting for the word "Cracker" to be referred to as the "C-word" the way the word "Nigger" is constantly referred to as the "N-word".
by FigurinOutLife March 24, 2004
 
3.
opposite of nigger, an insult to whites... except white people aren't dumb enough to walk around calling each other that word because it's intended to be demeaning
break yo self cracker!
also
what chu want cracka?!
by tweak August 14, 2004
 
4.
A racist insult used by blacks against white people that seemingly isn't wrong, yet it is illegal for us to defend ourselves and call them darkies or nigger. Racism against whites is racism just the same, people. Get some common sense. If black people think they are the shit like they're better than everyone else, they are mistaken.
No one is fuckin better than anyone they are equal, until your actions or reputation lowers your social status and respect, of course.
Synonym: Honkey
Antonym: Nigger
by Damyankee November 06, 2004
 
5.
An unsweetened biscuit.
Ha!
Dya want cheese on your cracker.
by Hesaid July 24, 2003
 
6.
Racist term for a white person
by Anonymous August 29, 2003
 
7.
1:A firecracker
2:A thin, crisp wafer
3:One whom cracks illegally into another's computer or network
4:A racist term used against Caucasians/Whites
The word cracker has many meanings.
by Chad December 29, 2003