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Boke is commonly used in Northern Ireland slang to replace the verb "vomit", which can be the result to feeling physically or mentally ill. More times than others it is not physically seen.
Ahontus is derived from the Virginia Indian chief's daughter Pocahontas, a delightful young woman who was especially intune with Mother Nature, animals and Willow Trees.

Therefore a "boke-ahontus" implies a person who can not control their mother nature calling to want to vomit A LOT.
Sorry, I can't meet up for coffee, the amount of work I have to do makes me feel like boke-ahontus

Last night I was boke-ahontus
by Jane-Yes December 07, 2010
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