To throw one's knife (or other sharp object) in hopes of fatally wounding and/or killing a said individual. This word is derived from throw
(meaning to propel through the air with a motion of the hand or arm) and shank
(meaning to stab/slice cut or in general kill with a sword/knife or other sharp shiny object). Many times one throshanks someone carotid
artery, or the jugular
. 'Throshankage' (a hip
, or tight
way to say throshank, is often portrayed on television and movies.
1.) I just throshanked that man in his face.
2.) Stop runnin' your mouth bizznatch
or I shall throshank you into oblivion.