In Ireland, somebody from Dublin.
作者 Keith Gaughan 2003年7月24日
DEROGATORY TERM FOR SOMEONE FROM DUBLIN
DERIVED FROM DUBLIN STRONG ASSOCIATION WITH BRITIAN AND BRITISH INFLUENCE ON THE CITY. WHEN THE QUEEN VISITED DUBLIN THE PEOPLE WAVED UNION JACKS TO WELCOME HER WHICH LED TO THEM BEING REFERRED TO AS JACKEENS
作者 Niall Byrne 2008年9月08日
Used to describe someone from Dublin, typically used by muck savages from Cork with their grating, whining accents.
"Anto is a fuckin' jackeen bai."
作者 YOREMA 2003年8月15日
A person from Dublin (derogatory)

Given as how Dubliner sloved the queen some much and used waived the Union Flag when Victoria visited they are known by the rest of us true Irish people as Jackeens
If it was a bag of heroin you'd catch it ya jackeen scumbag ya
作者 Thomas Van Der Westhaven 2005年4月28日
A slightly pejorative name for a person from Dublin. Commonly it is shortened simply to Jack, and Dubliners often refer to themselves as such. The opposite of a Jackeen is a Culchie.
James Joyce-Jackeen(as he was born in Dublin)
Michael Collins-Culchie(is from co. Cork)
作者 Emmaergo 2008年5月29日

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