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1.
LOK
noun, adjective - abbreviation for Life of Klingele. An easy or lucky life. The good life. On easy street.
Sucka got a big ass raise. LOK for that sumbitch.
Spudsy G가 작성 2008년 04월 22일 (화)
 
2.
LoK
Abbreviation for the popular nickelodeon show the Legend of Korra, created by Michael Dante DiMartino, Bryan Konietzko. It is a mini-series follow-up to the popular show Avatar: The Last Airbender AtLA, which was created by the same people. It follows 17-year old Korra, who is the Avatar seventy years after the showing of AtLA.
P1: Dude, did you see the LoK this saturday?
P2: Yeah, it was amazing! Can you believe that about Tarrlok?
P1: No way! I can't wait for season 2 next year.
P2: Yeah, me neither. It's gonna be epic.
lokfanatic가 작성 2012년 07월 08일 (일)
 
3.
pachuco sunglasses
vatos thats is hy wear dem loks
"dam theres to many gringos im gona make it dark by puttin on my loks
Miguel가 작성 2003년 12월 20일 (토)
 
4.
LOK
Abbreviation of 'lol ok' in a whole series of words from, lok through to roflmfaok (rolling on the floor laughing my fucking arse off ok). All inbetweens are also in use, lmaok etc. Why? Thanks to me, Dan (a.k.a. AktiveDesign) I invented this wonderful string of words and now the world owes me big time...
Ale: Ooooooh I g2g now, a giant hamster just ate my last grape and I must hunt it down with an axe before it steals other peoples last grapes.

Dan: Lok
Dan Bishop가 작성 2005년 04월 30일 (토)
 
5.
Lok
Lol + okay
Can be used as an easy cover up for fingers slipping or as a replacement for using two words.
Kevin: "hey.. can I take my shirt off next to you?"
Mary: Lok

Minor Shakez가 작성 2009년 03월 05일 (목)
 
6.
Norwegian slang for insulting someone. 'Løk' means onion, but may be used in several ways.
din jævla løk!
erru en jævla løk eller?
Robin Skoglund가 작성 2005년 02월 20일 (일)
 
7.
The word means onion in English. Used to say that somebody is stupid or a looser.
"Look at that løk"

"He's such a løk!

"That stupidass motherfucker is a real løk-head"
Leif Erik/ Stian가 작성 2007년 04월 19일 (목)