Ackers
patronymische Bildung (starker Genitiv) zu Acker.

Wörterbuch der deutschen familiennamen. 2013.

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  • Ackers — is a surname. People with this surname include:* Gary Ackers, American professor of biochemistry * Boris Ackers (born 1982), German ice hockey player;See also *Ackers Crossing, village in parish of Moreton cum Alcumlow, Cheshire, England *Acker,… …   Wikipedia

  • ackers — /akˈərz/ (slang) plural noun Money (also akkˈas) ORIGIN: Origin uncertain …   Useful english dictionary

  • Ackers — Maximiliane Ackers (* 24. September 1896 in Saarbrücken; † 17. April 1982 in Glonn) war eine deutsche Schriftstellerin, Drehbuchautorin und Schauspielerin. Maximiliane Ackers wirkte auch Glasmalerin, Sängerin und Kabarettistin in Berlin und… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Ackers — This long established surname is topographical and Olde English pre 7th century, at least in its origins. It derives from residence by an area of land made suitable for agriculture. The development is from the word aecer , and this describes a… …   Surnames reference

  • ackers — I Cockney Rhyming Slang Money II Cumbrian Dictionary ( n akkurz) money. e.g. Aas out of ackers coz I was out last night = My cash flow situation has taken a turn for the worse due to my after hours activities of last night …   English dialects glossary

  • ackers — noun money See Also: dosh, dough …   Wiktionary

  • ackers — n British money. The word, which has been in armed forces and working class use since the 1920s, was revived, in common with synonyms such as pelf, rhino, etc., for jocular use since the 1980s by mid dle class speakers. It comes from the Egyptian …   Contemporary slang

  • ackers — [ akəz] plural noun Brit. informal money. Origin 1930s (orig. used by Brit. troops in Egypt as a name for the piastre): prob. alt. of Arab. fakka small change, coins …   English new terms dictionary

  • ackers — Noun. Money. From the Egyptian akka …   English slang and colloquialisms

  • ackers —  Money …   A concise dictionary of English slang

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