beck

Definitions

  • n. Young, materialistic, shallow person.

Example Sentences

  • They're such a load of becks.

Languages of Origin

  • English

Etymology

  • Probably derived from the name Rebecca

    • Who Uses This

      • Younger: Jews in their 30s or younger

      Regions

      • London
      • Great Britain

      Dictionaries

      • None

      Alternative Spellings

      bec

Notes

  • British Jewish correlate of JAP, but not necessarily female. The word 'beck' can be turned into a verb in the case of 'becking around' - which means hanging out and being social with other becks.

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