Definitions for jukedʒuk
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
jukedʒuk(v.; n.)juked, juk•ing
(v.t.)to make a move intended to deceive (an opponent) in football.
(n.)a fake or feint usu. intended to deceive a defensive player.
Origin of juke:
1425–75; orig. Scots jowk, late ME, prob. alter. of Scots dookduck2
juke, jook, juke joint, jook joint, juke house, jook house(noun)
a small roadside establishment in the southeastern United States where you can eat and drink and dance to music provided by a jukebox
(football) a deceptive move made by a football player
to bend the neck; to bow or duck the head
the neck of a bird
to perch on anything, as birds do
"Juke" is a harmonica instrumental recorded by then 22-year-old Chicago bluesman Little Walter Jacobs in 1952. Although Little Walter had been recording sporadically for small Chicago labels over the previous five years, and had appeared on Muddy Waters' records for the Chess label since 1950, Juke was Little Walter's first hit, and it was the most important of his career. Due to the influence of Little Walter on blues harmonica, Juke is now considered a blues harmonica standard.
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