Definition funny of Dockens:

urbanA made up word that can mean anything. No seriously, it originated from sailors (not pirates) that are totally pimp, and when someone asks, "Hey, what's up sailor?" in a weird voice, the reply would be "I'm docken." Which means it's going good. It's sort of like how people say, "What's up, dawg?" and the reply is "Chillin'" or something like that. You can use it even if your ship isn't docked or anchored. The coolest part about all of this is that you don't even have to be a sailor to use this word. Everyone can use it! Ninjas, Space Aliens, Illegal Aliens, Legal Aliens, Ninja Assassin's, Homies, Bros and even Super Mario!

urbanLONG EXAMPLE: Jason: Hey Erin, how's you day going? Erin: It's docken. How about yours, you sick twisted sailor? Jason: It's pretty dang freezin. Erin: Wow, you've just used a term that's interchangeable with chill! Jason: I believe I have. Since I am such a docken man, we shall proceed to sail, dancing and singing to the song I'm on a boat! Erin: Oh yeah! SHORT EXAMPLE: Dokken is the sailor version of chill, except you don't have to be a sailor to use it.

urbanTo be honest and the truth

urbanhe is being very docken


Songs about Dockens:

songsHag AT The Churn/Creeping Docken Set/Humours of Enistymon by Molly's Revenge from the Album Four

songsJigs: Peter Byrne's Fancy:Creeping Docken by Arty McGlynn from the Album McGlynn's Fancy

songsPeter Byrne's Fancy / Creeping Docken by Arty McGlynn from the Album McGlynn's Fancy

songsPeter Murphy's / Creeping Docken / Humours Of Whiskey by Doolin' from the Album Angels Are Free


Books about Dockens:

booksDocken dead by JOHN TRENCH (1960)

booksDOCKEN DEAD. A Volume in the Cock Robin Mystery Series. by John. TRENCH (1954)


Wiki information Dockens:

John Dockens
Film actor, Person