Definition of jamoke
Look at the jamoke tripping over his shoelaces.
- person who acts foolishly or unwise.
Sometimes, my son is a jamoke.
- This term is often used by the police for offenders whom are considered to be deadbeats,with no future. Trouble makers and the like.
- A fool, moron, or otherwise ignorant person. A person pretending to be street smart, but lacking it entirely. Often used to refer to a person who makes a fool of themselves while trying to impress others.
That guy's a real jamokie.
Here comes a bunch of jamokies.
Who's that jamokie?
- idiot, fool, person with no redeeming qualities.
Some jamoke came in the store and started throwing things all over the floor for fun.
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