jake Gyllenhaal and his biceps could make the leap to macho this year with Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time.
And I learned, like jake, that the true Tantric journey is, first, a lone struggle of self-discovery.
Regarding the cojones: jake had none, he had been emasculated by a war injury.
That's jake's journey, as he finds himself without his legs in his human form but leaping through the forest in his Avatar body.
ABC News' jake Tapper compiles the ever-expanding list, which has grown remarkably even since bin Laden's death in May.
"Well, jake's earned his keep to-day, then," declared Judith.
The two Baxters—jake and Joel—were coming in their dugout to do it.
I'd nearly got it done, when jake came along and found me doing it.
"It's time to be going, Doctor," jake remarked as he rose from the ground.
jake would drive the extra team over, and the other two men would plow corn at home.
colloquial or familiar abbreviation of the masc. proper name Jacob (q.v.). As the typical name of a rustic lout, from 1854. (Jakey still is the typical name for "an Amishman" among the non-Amish of Pennsylvania Dutch country). Slang meaning "excellent, fine" is from 1914, American English, of unknown origin.
Excellent; very satisfactory; hunky-dory: She said the whole college seemed jake to her
: You never can tell on a day like this, things could be goin' jake one minute, then presto, before you know it you're history
[1914+ Underworld; origin unknown]