shicker

adjective
shick·​er | \ ˈshikə(r)\
variants: or shickered \ -​)d \

Definition of shicker

 (Entry 1 of 2)

slang
: drunk

shicker

noun
\ "\
plural -s

Definition of shicker (Entry 2 of 2)

slang

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History and Etymology for shicker

Adjective

shicker from Yiddish shiker, from Hebrew shikkōr, from shikhar to be drunk; shickered from Yiddish shiker + English -ed

Noun

Yiddish shiker, from Hebrew shikkōr, from shikkōr, adjective

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