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jook1

[jook, joo k] /dʒuk, dʒʊk/
noun, Slang.
Also called jook joint.

jook2

[jook] /dʒuk/
noun, verb (used with object), verb (used without object), Scot.
1.
jouk.
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British Dictionary definitions for jook

jook

/dʒʊk/
verb
1.
(transitive) to poke or puncture (the skin)
noun
2.
a jab or the resulting wound
Word Origin
C20: of uncertain origin
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Word Origin and History for jook
v.

"dodge, duck," 1510s, Scottish, of unknown origin. Related: Jooked; jooking.

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Slang definitions & phrases for jook

jook

Related Terms

juke


juke 1

noun
  1. juke house
  2. juke joint
  3. jukebox
  4. Liquor; booze: That is some juke, man. That is some bad beverage (1990s+ Black street talk)
verb
  1. To tour roadside bars, drinking and dancing: I want you to go juking with me
  2. To have a good time; disport oneself, esp at a party (1970s+ College students)
  3. To dance (1970s+ College students)
  4. To do the sex act; boff, screw: ''Did you juke?'' ''No, we just met'' (1980s+ College students)
  5. To kill; off, scrag: A man said the lady who got juked was Alice Carmody (1980s+)
  6. To absent oneself from school; play hooky (1970s+ Canadian teenagers)
Related Terms

jive and juke, juking and jiving

[1900s+; fr Gullah fr Wolof and/or Bambara, ''unsavory'']


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