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Definition of ike

ike

  • to beat or abuse a woman/wife/girlfriend. Origin - gained popularity after the release of the movie "Ike and Tina"? in which Tina Turner's career/life was documented. Starring Angela Basset.
    Word of advice - never ever Ike your woman.

    Last edited on Jul 26 2002. Submitted by Travis W. from Edmonton, AB, Canada on Jul 26 2002.

  • to slap or hit someone to put them in their place.
    If you don't stop I'll Ike you.
    Did you see that guy get Iked in the parking lot?".

    Last edited on Nov 05 2003. Submitted by Luke S. from Philadelphia, PA, USA on Nov 05 2003.

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