PRONUNCIATION: shk, shk, shä-
VARIANT FORMS: also shack·o
NOUN: Inflected forms: pl. shak·os or shak·oes
A stiff, cylindrical military dress hat with a metal plate in front, a short visor, and a plume.
ETYMOLOGY: French schako, from Hungarian csákó, from csákós (süveg), pointed (cap), from csák, peak, perhaps from Middle High German zacke, tack, nail.
The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000:
The stats are in the previous definition.
2. A boy's name, originating from Hungary.
3. An amazing boy with a large penis. He is the funniest kid you will ever meet, and has amazing vocal skills. Can play the guitar and will serenade his girlfriend. Is a great listener and gives great advice. Be friends with Shako. He is nice and generous with everyone and is extra nice to his girlfriends. Everyone on the block wants Shako, he is a hot piece of pie. Lovely boy and lovely family. Has siblings that are popular and everyone loves. No one hates on Shako and everyone has his back. Everyone is always asking to hang out with Shako and he is always busy. Best guy around.
Inspired by several old chess variants, Jean-Louis Cazaux from Toulouse (France) invented this variant. The name Shako means Chess in Esperanto, `another kind of non-conformism and utopia', in the words of the inventor. The idea of this variant is to make a new game without directly disposing the large heritage of the classical game.