noun, verb (used with or without object), yokked, yok·king. Slang.
or yuck, yock, yok, yak
verb (used with or without object), yukked, yuk·king.
Origin of yuk1
Examples from the Web for yok
Historical Examples of yok
What are you standing there like a yok, dreaming in the air?Hungry Hearts
One is "yok," which means "there is not," and the other is "yesak," which means forbidden!The Secrets of a Kuttite
Edward O. Mousley
"Silliman yok (not), silliman yok," he used to say fiercely when he was beginning to repent and get ashamed of himself.By Desert Ways to Baghdad
Yok, I must explain, signifies "No" in its every variation, and is probably the most popular word in Turkish.
Here I caught sight of my two companions, and was able to fling them a few words through the "Yok, yok" of the sentries.
slang, "gentile, non-Jew," pejorative, 1920, from Yiddish, a reversed and altered form of goy.
"laughter, something evoking laughs," 1964, imitative; see yuck (2).