slave master, oppressor
Etymology: "back raw" (which he bestowed with a whip.)
The bakra or bakra master in the Jamaican Patios refers to a slave master and or slave driver. It is often used in reference to performing unpleasant or involuntary tasks for a demanding person (often in jest).
"Fi mi supervisa comin' like a real bakra masa"
(Hindi) A male goat.
(Hindi, slang) A fool or a scapegoat, who can be used/fooled by others.
Similar to bokka
After waiting for hours, the conman finally found his first bakra for the day - John.
From the Irigwe word "bukuru," the devil within.
"Bakra" in Jamaican Patois literally means "devil," but in this case it means deception or someone who is being deceitful.
Me betta go do de bakra work!