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Etymology:

Origin unknown.


Noun:

zac (plural zacs) (Australia slang) A sixpence; (sometimes, after decimalisation) a five-cent coin. 1980, Clive James, Unreliable Memoirs, Picador 1981, p. 13: Coated with black crumbs and custard, the zac streaked out of his mouth like a dum-dum and ricocheted off a tureen. 1985, Peter Carey, Illywhacker, Faber and Faber 2003, p. 370: ‘You're very fortunate.’ ‘I worked for it, every zac and deener.’


Verb:

zac first-person singular present tense form of zăcea. first-person singular subjunctive form of zăcea. third-person plural present tense form of zăcea.


Reference:

zac

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Similar Words:

Other words similar to zac can be found below:

1.zac
2.Zacatecas
3.zacatuche
4.zaccagnaite
5.Zacchaeus
6.zacco
7.Zach
8.Zachariah
9.Zacharias
10.Zachary
11.zachun
12.zack
13.Zackary
14.zackly
15.zacopride
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