1. A person of Polish descent, who is unfortunately targeted by ignoramuses and fools as being dumb and stupid. Yeah, and the British/Americans are the ones talking...

2. A term used between Poles (teens) humorously, when talking about the incompetence of a person of their same kin. Usually considered offensive if a non-Pole says it (casually) to a Pole. (like "nigger" among Blacks)

Etymology - "Polack," from the Polish word "Polak," meaning male Pole, "Polka" is a female Pole.
1700's.
Do you really need one, dipshit?
by www.sucks500.com February 12, 2004
1. A spelling of Polak used by retarded hicks that don't know that there is no c in the word.
Those hicks are so retarted, they cant even make fun of Polaks right cause they keep spelling it with a c, as in Polack referring to the fish.
by shdwsclan April 12, 2009
derogatory term used for people from Poland, Polish descent and sometimes for other people from Eastern Europe
This polack lawyer is so rich!
by jebajsie May 04, 2009
Despite the ignorant (polish are stupid) misconception Polacks are one of the smartest nationalities in the world.
I know many intelligent polacks. Many have advanced degrees.
by joe February 27, 2005
A Polish Wizard of the Shakespearian Era from the country of Polackia. Known widely for their enchanting spells and limricks. Commonly associated with broomsticks, elves, and sausage.
Note: Polish people = non-magic bearing Poles.
There goes a Polack across the sky!
by SmexyFaust January 21, 2009
A Polish Wizard of the Shakespearian Era from the country of Polackia. Known widely for their enchanting spells and limricks. Commonly associated with broomsticks, elves, and sausage.
Note: Polish people = non-magic bearing Polacks.
There goes a Polack across the sky!
by SmexyFaust January 21, 2009
A derogatory term for a person of Polish decent. "Polack" is the German spelling that has most widely been adapted by Americans using the slur. Polacks are characterized as dumb and/or dirty. For more information, see the 2010 documentary film, Polack.
Many examples from television and film are shown the in the 2010 documentary film, Polack.
by Oculissinister February 14, 2011

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