Definition of gook
- Gook is a Korean word used as a bad slang towards people of Asian culture. It's original meaning translates to "people of". Americans are known as Mi-gook, Korean's are Han-gook, and so on. The word Gook was probably taught to American GI's during the Korean War, who bastardized it's use. It surfaced again and was used by GI's who later fought in VietNam. It's still used as a common, non-derogatory, word in Korea and as a slang in other parts of the world.
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|Definitions include: See top.|
|Definitions include: a general insult for a person.|
|Definitions include: whiskey or other strong liquor.|
|Definitions include: exclamation of excitement.|
|Definitions include: a lot if people crammed into a line or queue, or a gridlocked traffic.|
|Definitions include: The state of being traumatized, upset or otherwise negatively impacted by some adverse event, news or situation.|
|Definitions include: a "Yank", i.e. a person from the USA.|
|Definitions include: an instance of failure.|
|Definitions include: Making excessive show of.|
|Definitions include: to be very ugly.|
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