Definitions and meaning of gak
- enPR: găk, IPA(key): /ɡæk/
- Rhymes: -æk
- Homophones: gac, gack
Imitative of a gagging noise in the throat.
- An expression of disgust or trepidation.
- 2002, "93 Percent Wise", the NT then and now (discussion on Internet newsgroup alt.messianic)
- proselytizing is, ultimately, a disgusting way of relating to people. whether it's amway, xnty, or discovery toys, it's just awful manipulation pride and disrespect. i hate it, i hate that i did it, it's yucky yucky yucky. puke puke gak vomit.
- 2008, Erin McCarthy, You Don't Know Jack
- Gak. She'd thought that's what it meant. Her heart slammed into her gut. No, no, no.
- 2009, Joel Rubinoff, It's not a dream: They're back (in Toronto Star, 19 March 2009)
- Unsure what to make of it, I flicked on Entertainment Tonight (7:30 p.m. weekdays on NBC, Global) to find — gak — his sister Marie, who served her own headline-grabbing stint on Dancing two seasons ago, being treated like visiting royalty by the outrageously overcaffeinated Mary Hart.
- (slang) The drug crystal methamphetamine.
- (slang) cocaine
From Proto-Albanian *gauka, from Proto-Indo-European *gʷōus (“ox, cow”) (compare English cow, Latvian govs, Ancient Greek βοῦς (boûs)). Also see ka.
gak m (indefinite plural geqe, definite singular gaku, definite plural geqet)
- boar (male pig)
From English gac, from Vietnamese gấc.
- the spiny bitter gourd (Momordica cochinchinensis)
From gaga (“gaga”), from French gaga, from gâteux (“senile, incontinent”).
- bats, nuts (see Thesaurus:insane)
- være gak i låget (“to be bats or nuts”)
gak n (uninflected)
- madness, insanity (see Thesaurus:insanity)
- have gak i låget (“to be bats or nuts”)
From Old Norse gakk, imperative of ganga, with assimilation of final -ng.
- (archaic-verb-form) imperative of gå
- Alternative form of enggak
- A cow
Cognate with Northern Tepehuan gáki, Cora huajchi, Central Tarahumara wakí (“dried tree or stick”).
gak (plural gagaak)
- R. de Willett, Elizabeth, et al. (2016) Diccionario tepehuano de Santa María Ocotán, Durango (Serie de vocabularios y diccionarios indígenas “Mariano Silva y Aceves”; 48) (in Spanish), electronic edition, Instituto Lingüístico de Verano, A.C., page 61
- (slang) cocaine.
(source: Collins Scrabble Dictionary)