To be jewed/screwed constantly in a way of spending money.
That doctor kiked me over at the hospital with a 200 dollar fee.
by irumi May 03, 2006
To take and/or steal money from a person or pick it up off the ground.
You just kiked that penny off the dirty ground.
by Riyoku June 29, 2009
To take somthing which does not belong to you in order to gain a profit or soley to add a material object to ones own collection of stolen chattels.
He kiked his friend's coin collection from his sock drawer and sold it to a pawn shop.

You can kike things all you like and it won't make you feel better about yourself.
by Koreanmagicman May 12, 2011

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