A Wacker is a friend from Liverpool, England.
Hello my old Wacker (friend), or can be abreviated to Hya Wack.
by Janz July 05, 2005
1:wanna be hacker
2:wacks things that shall not be mentioned
1:"I'M THE BEST HACKER MAAAAAN, IM GONNA HACKING YAHOO RIGHT NOW!!!"-{fucking lamer}

:some1 who gets mad or arroused & starts wacking sh!t
by nate slack August 31, 2004
This is a person who hacks into a system and wacks at it until it's no longer usable.
He is no longer just a hacker, he has moved on to the wacking peoples systems to bits.
by VAKI5 August 18, 2003
This is not the Australian slang version of the English "wanker". Wanker literally means "masturbator" but all the same is used as a general insult to state that someone is not liked nor likeable. "He is a wanker" or "Don't be a wanker", "I'm not going to that bar again, they are all wankers in there"

"Wacker" is related in meaning to the word "Wacky" and also "wacked" - and means a bit crazy, a fool, an idiot. Although it is not a favourable term, it is more descriptive than an insult.

"Why did you phone her up again?" "I'd been drinking all day and was wacked off my head"

"Did you see him fall down the stairs yestederday while trying to show off to his mates?" "yeah, haha, what a wacker".

"Do you want to go base jumping this weekend?" "No way - You would have to be a wacker to do something like that!"
by The Fli October 27, 2005
Royal Navy nickname for someone with the surname Payne. Derived from Eton school where there was once a master who was overly fond of the cane. (Wacker Payne)
There goes Wacker Payne
by wacker61 January 23, 2005
one who is cought in the acked at wacking
wacker is getting out of work early today
by wak-er July 24, 2003
A Wacker is a pal (friend) from Liverpool, England.
"Hello my old wacker" or can be abreviated to "Hi Wack"
by Janz July 05, 2005

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