Definition of jamoke
Look at the
jamoke tripping over his shoelaces.
Last edited on May 15 2002. Submitted by
Marie F. from Boston, MA, USA
on May 15 2002.
person who acts foolishly or unwise.
Sometimes, my son is a
Last edited on Mar 02 2003. Submitted by
Joseph B. from Crestwood, IL, USA
on Mar 02 2003.
This term is often used by the police for offenders whom are considered to be deadbeats,with no future. Trouble makers and the like.
Last edited on Aug 21 2011. Submitted by
on Aug 21 2011.
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?
Last edited on May 16 2011. Submitted by
on Aug 29 2003.
idiot, fool, person with no redeeming qualities.
jamoke came in the store and started throwing things all over the floor for fun.
Last edited on Feb 26 2005. Submitted by
Matt H. from Morgantown, WV, USA
on Feb 26 2005.
Slang terms with the same meaning
Slang terms with the same root words
None. How about some random words?
Definitions include: as an expression of mock concern, it stands for Too darn Bad.
Definitions include: going out to acquire free items that other people are giving away.
Definitions include: a pinch hitter (marijuana container.)
Definitions include: a person who would have been called "suave" (perhaps mockingly) in the 1980s.
Definitions include: get in for ones share of something.
Definitions include: grumpy or annoyed.
Definitions include: from now, into the future.
Definitions include: can be used as a made-up last name.
Definitions include: to be in serious trouble. Definitions include: to date.
I use it
No longer use it
Heard it but never used it
Have never heard it
( 26% See the most vulgar words.)
(To vote, click the pepper. Vote how vulgar
the word is – not how mean it is.)
Logged-in users can add themselves to the map.
Login, Register, Login instantly with Facebook.
To link to this term in a web page or blog, insert the following.
To link to this term in a wiki such as Wikipedia, insert the following.
Some wikis use a different format for links, so be sure to check the documentation.