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Definitions of "Jancro" (Slang)

1. Jancro

English Translation



A person who takes advantage of others

Example Sentences

Patois: Nuh trust di jancro, him will tek yuh last dime.
English: Don’t trust the scavenger, he will take your last dime.

Related Words

Blacks , Bigga , Fatah , Peas Head ,

posted by anonymous on June 15, 2024

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2. Jancro (Noun)

English Translation

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Someone that is the lowest form of human life. Usually doesn’t have any redeeming qualities . To be called a “jancro” is one the most demeaning insults and would signify that this person is worthless as a life form and doesn’t serve much purpose on the planet.

Example Sentences

(patois) Him a jancro!
(english) He’s a scum!

posted by anonymous on April 25, 2013

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