Dook
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  • Dook — may refer to: People Bill Dooks, Canadian politician Sam Dook, a member of The Go! Team Other Dook LaRue, an animatronic drummer in The Rock afire Explosion The dooking noise a ferret makes See also Dooks, an aircraft manufacturer in Russia… …   Wikipedia

  • dook — [duk] 1. mod. really bad. (Probably related to duky.) □ No more of your dook ideas! □ This day was really dook! 2. in. to defecate. □ Mom, I gotta dook. □ …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • dook — I Australian Slang 1. (older slang) hand; 2. (older slang) hand over; give; 3. (older slang) give as a bribe (from British slang; spelling variant of dukes , from rhyming slang Dukes of Yorks = forks fingers, hands) II Scottish Vernacular… …   English dialects glossary

  • dook — n. small wooden plug inserted into masonry providing hold for a nail or screw v. insert a dook into a wall to provide support to a nail or screw …   English contemporary dictionary

  • dook — I. ˈdük Scotland variant of duck II. noun ( s) Etymology: probably from dook (I) : a haulage incline at a mine …   Useful english dictionary

  • dook — /doohk/, n. plug (def. 17). [1800 10; orig. uncert.] * * * …   Universalium

  • dook — verb a) To make a certain clucking sound. But anger is a blin guide he dooked from the first blow, an it passed wi little ill; an he raised his drawn sword, an made a wild cut at my head... b) duck …   Wiktionary

  • Dook — 1. (older slang) hand; 2. (older slang) hand over; give; 3. (older slang) give as a bribe (from British slang; spelling variant of dukes , from rhyming slang Dukes of Yorks = forks fingers, hands) …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • dook — n 1. a hand, fist. A variation of the better known duke(s). In rustic and working class Australian speech this form survives from archaic British usage. 2. See dukes; duke it; duke on it …   Contemporary slang

  • dook — /duk/ (say doohk) noun (usually plural) → duke2 …   Australian English dictionary

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