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Definition of Juke

Juke
Juke Juke, n. The neck of a bird. [Prov. Eng.]
Juke
Juke Juke, v. i. [F. juc a roost, perch, jucher to roost, to perch.] To perch on anything, as birds do. [Obs.]

Meaning of Juke from wikipedia

- Juke can refer to: "Juke" (song), a harmonica instrumental recorded by Little Walter Jacobs Juke house, a form of electronic dance music originating from...
- The Nissan Juke (****anese: 日産・ジューク, Nissan Jūku) is a subcompact crossover SUV (B-segment) produced by the ****anese car manufacturer Nissan since 2010...
- Juke joint (also jukejoint, jook joint, or juke) is the vernacular term for an informal establishment featuring music, dancing, gambling, and drinking...
- rise in Chicago juke (also juke house or simply juke), a faster variant of ghetto house which began forming in the late 1980s. Chicago juke songs are generally...
- "Juke Box Hero" is a song written by Lou Gramm and Mick Jones and performed by their band Foreigner, from their 1981 album 4. It first entered the Billboard...
- 1940, apparently derived from the familiar usage "juke joint", derived from the Gullah word "juke" or "joog", meaning disorderly, rowdy, or wicked. Styling...
- po****r jukebox selections were tabulated, with the chart titled "Most Pla**** Juke Box Folk Records". For approximately ten years, from 1948 to 1958, Billboard...
- A juke is a move in most forms of American football used to evade a tackler by deception, and thus without need of a stiff arm. It can also be called sidestepping...
- often dated to after the ending of slavery and, later, the development of juke joints. It is ****ociated with the newly acquired freedom of the former slaves...
- "Juke" is a harmonica instrumental recorded by the Chicago bluesman Little Walter Jacobs in 1952. Although Little Walter had been recording sporadically...