Meaning : Born of, Born Of,
Origin : Polynesian/Hawaiian,
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Numerology information Moke:
Name Number: 8 Meaning: Outer, Body, Physical, Ambition, Power, Progress, Career, Success, Respect, Fame, Means, Karma
Additional information Moke:
a god Form of Moses
Definition funny of Moke:
Anyone (Usually of Hawaiian ancestry) who actively participates in one or more of the following moke activities- Surfing Bodyboarding Bodysurfing with McDonalds Tray Hawaiian Canoe Paddling Driving a Lifted Pickup Listening to Reggae/Jawaiian Music Playing an ukulele Stealing shoes/slippahs Smoking Weed There is one mandatory qualification though... For one to be a full fledged "moke", one must be well versed if not fluent in pidgin english.
Ho, Brah... U such a moke, cuz...
Hawaiian pidgin for: a big local "braddah" Someone from Hawaii that is most or all of the following: Hawaiian or Hawaiian mixed Big!!! Likes to scrap Likes to drink Drives a truck Works construction Longboards, bodyboards, or bodysurfs Loves Hawaiian music Loves to eat Hates haoles Goes offroading Goes hunting (for wild pigs) Owns a pitbull (or some other bad-ass dog) Works Security/Bounces Has a "Proud to Be Hawaiian" sticker on his truck Cruizes at da beach on his day off Lives in "da country" outside of the city
Wut, you going Waianae side? Watch out get plenny mokes out dea! No act dumb!! All da mokes wen chase me outta da watah!!
Mixing weed with tobacco and then smoking it out of a bong. Another term for mokey and headrockers. You have to snap the whole bowl. This term is used in Marin County, California and all around the Bay Area. The town of Mill Valley, California is a place where everybody smokes mokes and says mokes not headrockers or anything else.
"Dude you wanna smoke some mokes after school today?" "That moke just made me zone-out for 5 minutes." "THAT WAS A FAT MOKE !" The Moke Out Mob from Mill Valley, California are people who represent taking fatty moke bong rips.
Hawaiian pidgin describing and/or classifying a male based on their displayed personality traits. "Moke" can be used to describe a male (usually of Hawiian descent, and/or from/living in Hawaii) who exhibits traits of outgoing, personality type "B", and/or "bully" style behavior. Males that cause others to cross the street to avoid them may sometimes be called "mokes". Percieved "bullies" may sometimes be called "mokes". Agressive, while not always violent behavior, may be exhibited. At the same time, verbal opinions, points of view, comments, and/or exclamations will be expressed using the commonly accepted, Hawaiian pidgin dialect. While the term "moke" invokes images of negative connotations, this may not always be the case. Bouncers, security, older brothers/cousins that don't like you trying to date their little sisters/cousins may also be wrongly classified as "mokes", due to the fact that they usually scare the user. Surfers Bodyboarders Offroaders Field workers Security Bouncers Her uncle that hates you The neighborhood kid who wanna be da kine badd ass Pot smokers/famers Bullies Pitbull Owners (this includes other "bad ass" breeds as well) Guys that typically cause fear without ever speaking to them The guys that laughed and/or picked on you in school for being a kook ...are usually labled "mokes". Use your imagination to determine what a "moke-ette" can be.
Songs about Moke:
Smoky Mokes (Abe Holzmann) by Richard Zimmerman from the Album The Roots of Ragtime
Beat to da Beat (feat. Kstylis, Big B On Da Track & Moke) [Explicit] by Anti from the Album Beat to da Beat (feat. Kstylis, Big B On Da Track & Moke)
Oke-She-Moke-She-Pop by Big Joe And The Dynaflows from the Album Layin' In The Alley
Oke-she-moke-she-pop by Big Joe Turner from the Album Midnight Rockin
Smokey Mokes by Roger Sprung from the Album Progressive Bluegrass and Other Instrumentals - Vol. 1
Smokey Mokes by Roger Sprung from the Album Classic Banjo from Smithsonian Folkways
Smokey Mokes by Ton Van Bergeyk from the Album Famous Ragtime Guitar Solos
Books about Moke:
Moke and Poki in the Rain Forest (An I can read book) by Mamoru Funai (1972)
MINI MOKE by John Christopher (Jun 2013)
Mini Moke Ultimate Portfolio by R.M. Clarke (Sep 18, 2005)
Three Mokes East by Philip Revene (Feb 11, 2010)
Moke: Webster's Quotations, Facts and Phrases by Icon Group International (May 5, 2009)
Moke & Poki in the Rain Forest
Space Battleship Yamato Moke Sakuhin Shu (Hobby Japan Mook 385) by Hobby Japan (2011)
Movies about Moke:
The Trial of the Moke 2002 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 30 mins Starring: Alfre Woodard, Samuel L. Jackson, et al. Directed by: Stan Lathan
Wiki information Moke:
The Mini Moke is a vehicle based on the Mini designed for the British Motor Corporation by Sir Alec Issigonis. The name comes from "Mini"—the car with which the Moke shares many parts—and "Moke", which is an archaic dialect term for donkey. The Moke...
Moke is a Dutch band from Amsterdam, which was founded in 2005. They published their debut album Shorland in 2007. Their music is often referred to as Britpop. The band is most popular in the Netherlands, where they became commonly known after a...