Definition of alec in English:

alec

(also aleck)

noun

Australian
informal
  • A stupid person:

    ‘what sort of alec do you take me for?’
    • ‘some witness asks - a too-smart aleck, a subtle performer -’
    • ‘Seth is an exuberant young man, rather socially awkward, and a bit of a wise aleck.’

Origin

Late 20th century: shortening of smart alec.

Pronunciation:

alec

/ˈalɪk/