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2 definitions by bertab63

 
1.
Big. A very large example.

Pronounced: Moe-ker
Conversational use:

Scene: A very large Maine Coon, Tom Cat is seen in the yard across the street.

Bubba>Look at that huge cat man, He must weigh 20 pounds.

Bobby-Ted>I bet he's bigger than that. I've never seen a cat that big. He's huge... He's a MOKER. I'm gonna try and catch him. I've always wanted a huge cat like that. I'm gonna name him MOKEY the MOKER.

Bubba: You better leave that cat alone or you'll get hurt! Bobby-Ted, you're gonna get your eyes scratched out by that big ol' MOKER.

Bobby-Ted: I guess you're right, Bubba. He's such a MOKER I bet he eats dogs.

Bubba: Yeah... big dogs!
by Bertab63 October 23, 2006
 
2.
Laughing (or Laughed) Silently To Self
My friend, Frank, fell down on a pile of dog sh*t... LSTS

Instead of saying LOL which is what most people would have actually done in this instance - because Frank is my friend and I am a compassionate person, I LSTS.

Most often, LSTS is the most honest term to use - as most people use LOL when they really aren't making any vocal noises at all.
by bertab63 June 29, 2010