(verb) a word to describe a major screw up, usually used in past tense of 'saki-ed'
Student 1: I saki-ed. D:
Student 2: What's wrong? What did you do?
Student 1: I forgot that there is chemistry midterm tonight and totally forgot to study for it.
White trash, ignorant translation of sake, a Japanese acholic beverage made from fermented rice.
Sake - not Saki
She is the most independent, free spirited bitch there is. A heartbreaker and not afraid to say GOODBYE! She’s got the lightly hero spirit, and very impulsive, with killer hot body. She does not hide herself, rich in content, anything can be eloquent. Furthermore, she has got the personality of a laid back, enjoyable and very cheerful person! To top it off she is smart and has literary talents, love to sing and loves to dance. She can really attract people, and will use her irresistible eyes if needed.
“saki, just as hypnotic as the drink – love her”
A common English misspelling of the Japanese alcoholic beverage, "sake," made with fermented rice. Also known as "rice-wine."
We should go to the Japanese grill and order some sake. (not saki)
Saki may be a reference to the cupbearer in the Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyam.
This word is NOT EVEN ENGLISH !!! This word got me in such big trouble at WWF (Words with Friends). It just does not make any sense to me. With that said, It seems that I might need to DRINK A SAKI
just to get a few hours of sleep. Are you kidding me or what??
I Cannot Understand How Saki
as a word and Drink can effect the body, heart and Soul.
A Japanese girl, experienced in the art of mamahuhu
Saki is SO mamahuhu