N.2 "pokeweed; a weed used in medicine and dyeing colonial American, from native words, possibly a confusion of similar-sounding Native American plant names; from 1630s in English as "tobacco plant short for uppowoc (1580s from Algonquian (Virginia) *uppowoc.
Poke.1 "small sack early 13c., probably from Old North French poque (12c., Old French poche) "purse, poke, purse-net probably from a Germanic source, from Proto-Germanic *puk- (cf.
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Bases include sushi rice or greens, and from there customers choose a protein like raw or marinated tuna or salmon.Adults are celebrating their independence, their personalities, their friends, and their beliefs by tattooing themselves and each other.Produces, stick and, poke, tattoo Kits.CPD stick insect N insecto m palo stick shift N ( US ) ( Aut ) palanca f de marchas stick 2 stk ( stuck ( vb: pt, pp ) ).( esp Brit ) ( criticism ) the critics gave him a lot of stick los críticos le dieron una buena paliza to get or take a lot of stick recibir una buena paliza, tener que aguantar mucho.If one is hard up for these supplies, such as in a jail, the sharp object may be a paper clip, scraped along one of many cement walls to form more or less a point.Related content, related words jab, nudge, shove, dig, punch, stab, stick, protrude, prod, manoir du casino charlevoix peek, pry, drag, blow, hit, bunt, butt, boost, shoulder, project, awaken Nearby words poitou, poitou-charentes, poitrine, poitín, pokal, poke around, poke check, poke fun at, poke one's nose into, pokeberry Idioms poke.( stay close to ) person rester aux côtés de; path, road rester sur ( keep to ) agreement respecter ; one's word, promise tenir ; principles rester fidèle à; story, facts s'en tenir à ; rules respecter Will you please stick to the facts.Stick 2 (stik) noun.
( with glue etc ) volver a pegar stick down VT ADV.Eighteen Months' Imprisonment Donald Shaw Her big grey eyes were sad with sympathy for sufferers and sinners, and her poke bonnet was full of bunchy, red-gold hair.To thrust obtrusively: The prosecutor kept poking his finger at the defendant.When my father is angry with me, my mother always sticks up for.To push (something sharp or pointed) into or through something.Some cool new friends assured me that they have done it a million times, and the evidence was all over them in the form of cute little symbols that meant something to them.If you plan on sticking and poking, I hope you consider your health and their health of those involved.Also stick in pig (ab) stechen ; he stuck him with his bayonet er spießte ihn mit dem Bajonett auf ( inf : place, put) tun (inf) ; (esp in sth) stecken (inf) ; stick it on the shelf tus ins or aufs Regal ;.( fig ) ( with prep or adv ) just stick at it and I'm sure you'll manage it no te amedrentes y al fin llegarás we'll all stick by you ( support you ) te apoyaremos todos; ( stay with you ).To thrust oneself obtrusively: to poke into something that is not one's affair.I explored the stick and poke tattoo right after opening a new chapter in my life two years ago (that may or may not have involved a break up followed by early-life crisis ;-P ).They've stuck together all these years.
Origin of poke ; perhaps shortening of obsolete pocan pokeweed, perhaps variant of puccoon (pokeberries and puccoon roots were both sources of red dye) m Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, Random House, Inc.