v. ha·do·kened, ha·do·ken·ing, ha·do·kens
1. To create and shoot a fireball from one's hands, usually of bluish hue, using secret ninja powers.
1. The act of hadokening.
2. The fireball created during the act of hadokening.
1. Spoken or exclaimed while hadokening.
From Japanese hadou, surge, doki, wrath, and ken, sphere.
2. In the webcomic _8-Bit Theater_, by Brian Clevinger, the character Black Mage casts a 9th-level spell called Hadoken. The spell seems to be a pumped-up version of the Final Fantasy I spell "NUKE" (also called "FLARE" in later sequels of the game), though in Final Fantasy I, there were only 8 spell levels (9 being the number of spell levels traditionally used in Dungeons & Dragons).
In the japanese language hadoken doesn't really exist, but if you break it down in syllables it makes sense: "ha" = wave "dou" = motion "ken" = punch
Also used in the webcomic 8-Bit Theatre as Black Mage's most powerful spell.