Pronounced durk. Secondary weapon of a Scottish warrior, after the claymore. The dirk is a long dagger, only slightly too short to be called a short sword. Blade in the range of 14 inches, commonly had only a bound handle, sometimes a small crosshilt.
The mighty warrior from the Highlands was a walking armory; he carried a claymore, a dirk, and a sgian dukh, along with his pack and shield.
A word drunks use to describe a "bandana"; especially when someone is wearing it in a weird way that just makes them look retarded instead of cool and no one knows how to tell them to ditch the bandana
n. Pronounced (skee' in dhu) or (skeen dhu). A small knife of Scottish origin. Usually had an exceptionally sharp 2-3 inch blade on a handle of similar length. Typical 3rd weapon of Scottish warriors, after the claymore and dirk.
Often misspelled: skian dhu, skeen du, sgian duh, skeen dhuk, etc.
Tam the warrior carried a sgian dukh for silent or close quarters killing.
A game involving a koosh ball. The players stand in a circle and throw a ball at each other trying to make others miss. If one drops the ball, they are out. Ends in a showdown between two players with throws resembling baseball pitches. Best if played outside, optimal for camping trips because all that is needed is a koosh ball. The name stems from koosh (the ball). Developed into kooch as the inventors were a group of men out of contact with women for two weeks.
Guy1: Let's go play some kooch.
Guy2: Alright. I'll beat you in the showdown.