Definitions starting with J

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jook, juck, juke

/juk/ [Atlantic (cf. Krio, Cam. chuk idem); "cf. Fulani jukka pokè ... perhaps reinforced by Port. chocar push, thrust" DJE II; cf. also SA druk stab and Haitian djage HCEFD, Cayenne Cr. Fr. choke (Goodman 1981: 51) idem] v. 1. to poke, stab: 1909 The removal of the conch from the shell (by mankind) was spoken of as "to jook it out" (Cowles 25). 1970 One mountain did sink in de sea an' leave all 'ee peaks jookin' out (Wallace 13). When you see a black sponge, jost jook it and bring it up (Eleu.). (Gen.)

2. [cf. Car. to have sexual intercourse with (a woman) DJE; cf. US Black juke, jook a whorehose ... the type of music played in a "juke joint" (Major), whence juke-box, pace W3] to effect intromission (vulgar): He jook her (Exuma).

--n. a thrust (also sexual). (Exuma)

Tags: noun, sexuality, verb

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Last update: 2011-06-01 17:57
Author: Holm and Shilling, DBE, 1982
Revision: 1.0

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