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mook

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[ mook ]
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noun Slang.

a contemptible, incompetent person.

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Origin of mook

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First recorded in 1930–35; of uncertain origin, perhaps a variant of moke

Definition for mook (2 of 2)

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[ mook ]
/ mʊk /

noun

a book with the look, design, and layout of a magazine, usually having a Japanese anime theme.

Origin of mook

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British Dictionary definitions for mook

mook
/ (muːk) /

noun

US slang a person regarded with contempt, esp a stupid person

Word Origin for mook

of uncertain origin
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