Green’s Dictionary of Slang

schmeck n.

also schmack, schmeek, shmeck, shmock, smeck
[Yid./Ger. schmecken, a taste; Yid. schmeck, to sniff]

1. (drugs) heroin.

[US]Eve. Sun (Baltimore) 9 Dec. 31/5: Smeck, dope.
[US]Anslinger & Tompkins Traffic In Narcotics 315: smack, smeck, schmeck. Drugs, especially powdered drugs in the form of snuff.
[US]A. King Mine Enemy Grows Older (1959) 44: We used to mix schmeck for Mike Malasino.
[US]H. Huncke in Huncke’s Journal (1998) 31: He called and said he’d like to get some schmeck.
[US]P. Thomas Down These Mean Streets (1970) 328: ‘Schmack?’ my face told him. His hand opened up and the five-cent bag was trembling there.
[US]E.E. Landy Underground Dict. (1972) 165: schmeck [...] Heroin. [Ibid.] 168: shmeck [...] Heroin.
[UK]S. McConville ‘Prison Language’ in Michaels & Ricks (1980) 526: Heroin [is] shmock.
[US]H. Gould Fort Apache, The Bronx 221: On top of the booze and the blow [...] even a one and one of this shmeck would put him away.
[US]D.E. Miller Bk of Jargon 338: schmeck: Heroin.
[US]ONDCP Street Terms 19: Shmeck/schmeek — Heroin.

2. cocaine.

[US]R.R. Lingeman Drugs from A to Z (1970) 223: schmack [...] (1) heroin or cocaine. (2) by extension, all drugs.
[US]ONDCP Street Terms 19: Schmeck — Cocaine.

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schmecker (n.) (also shmecker, smecker)

(drugs) a heroin user.

[US]B. Dai Opium Addiction in Chicago.
[US]D. Maurer ‘Lang. of the Und. Narcotic Addict’ Pt 2 in Lang. Und. (1981) 109/1: smecker. A narcotic addict.
[US]‘William Lee’ Junkie (1966) 77: Don’t having anything to do with Sol. He’s a shmecker.
[US]R.R. Lingeman Drugs from A to Z (1970) 223: schmecker A heroin user.
[US]E. Grogan Ringolevio 44: O’Keefe went along, agreeing that the time seemed right for him to become a ‘shmecker’ too.
[US]D.E. Miller Bk of Jargon 344: schmecker: Heroin user or addict.

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