transitive verb : fake out of position (as in football) intransitive verb : to juke someone.
You can also call it a “juke joint”. The word juke comes from the South American Creole known as gullah, where juke or joog means “evil” or “messy”.
Verb (used with object), duked, duk ing. Slang. hitting or hitting with fists (sometimes followed by out): He hit me because he said I had offended him. The tyrant said he would challenge anyone who disagreed.
Etymology. The term “juke” is said to come from the Gullah word joog or jug, meaning rowdy or untidy, which in turn is derived from the Wolof word dzug, meaning “to misbehave oneself”.
Conn. to make (something) livelier and more interesting, stylish or appealing, e.g. B. With a little change or addition (usually followed by up): these colorful throw pillows are an easy way to brighten up your living room. examples. Podcast Lookup.
Out with it. : engaging in a fight, especially a fistfight.
Grinding, also known as juking, freak dancing, or freaking (winning in the Caribbean), is a type of close partner dance in which two or more dancers rub or bump their bodies together, most commonly with a dancer rubbing or rubbing her buttocks against bumps the crotch of a male dancer.
Mama Duke, a stage name that comes from the nickname for the neighborhood’s maternal characters, was raised in Palacios, Texas by religious Mexican parents. First she had to accept her homosexuality in front of her mother, which caused much more problems at school than with her parents who were totally supportive of her.
An endearing term for a close friend or acquaintance. Can be pluralized even when dealing with one person. Yo, whuddup Duke(s)! Show more words that mean the same thing: friend, friends.
 And these are the sons of Reuel Esau’s son; Duke Nahath, Duke Serah, Duke Shamma, Duke Mizzah: These are the princes who came from Reuel in the land of Edom; These are the sons of Esau’s wife Bashemath.  These are the sons of Esau, this is Edom, and these are their princes.
The Blue Front Cafe in Bentonia, Mississippi is the oldest continuously operating juke we know of (although there is live music at best occasionally), and Gip’s Place in Bessemer, Alabama , it definitely had the oldest owner (Gip died in 2019 well into his 90s).
In the late ’90s, another generation of ghetto house producers arrived, and DJ Puncho (Don Peko) and Gant-Man (Gant Garrard) created a new term for the music. “We were at this high school party… [when] we heard these girls say, ‘This party is awesome,'” says Gant-Man, who lives in West Town.
There are maybe five known original juke joints left in the country, and three of them in Mississippi. The most popular and sought after juke joint is Po’ Monkeys in Merigold and it is one of the last truly authentic juke joints in the South.
Fast, effective jukes are always better than slower, more flashy ones, so always keep your moves as short and economical as possible and make sure to run as fast as you can once you’re getting around yours defender to avoid giving the defense unnecessary opportunities to attack you.