- a tip or gratuity given by a gambler to a dealer or other employee at a casino.
- to provide a toke.
- to give a toke to.
Origin of toke1
- a puff of a marijuana cigarette.
- to light up or puff (a marijuana cigarette).
- to puff a marijuana cigarette (often followed by up).
Origin of toke2
Examples from the Web for toke
Saving gorillas with royalty, can Congress toke up and the NSA chief profited even as he had AT&T spy on you.7 Must-Read Stories About A Belgian Prince, Weed in Congress and NSA Profiteering: The Best of The Beast
November 8, 2014
Because even if a majority of Florida voters want to go one toke over the line, it will likely end up just shy of 60 percent.Ganja Vs. Geezers in the Sunshine State
November 3, 2014
We ought perhaps to read: "and toke to his legges as if to go."
So she toke the boke in her hande and sayd: By this boke, syr, ye be a cokolde.
Than he toke downe the boye, and lepte vp and rode hym selfe.
Than eche of them toke their horses, and toke leave, eche of other.Historical Parallels, vol 1 (of 3)
Arthur Thomas Malkin
And Abraham toke shepe and oxen and gaue them vnto Abimelech.The First Boke of Moses called Genesis
- a draw on a cannabis cigarette
- (intr) to take a draw on a cannabis cigarette
Word Origin and History for toke
1968, "inhalation of a marijuana cigarette or pipe smoke," U.S. slang, from earlier verb meaning "to smoke a marijuana cigarette" (1952), perhaps from Spanish tocar in sense of "touch, tap, hit" or "get a shave or part." In 19c. the same word in British slang meant "small piece of poor-quality bread," but this probably is not related.