Pronunciation: \sto-ken\
Function: noun, adjective, verb
Etymology: Eastern US English, stoken,
Date: early 2000+

a : hate to see another in a better position than him or herself

b : do to a severe lack of ability to achieve at the normal level of a standard human a “stoken” will instead complain about those who outperform him or herself

c : to come from a place of zero intelligence, reason and work ethic and hate those who achieve at a higher level

d: additionally a stoken, in a group setting, will rarely have money to contribute, and at point of collection will always have an excuse as to why he or she does not owe said debt
Usage:

a : Just because I am better at fantasy football, that is no reason to be a stoken.

b : Don’t be a stoken, everyone else put money in.
by downat420 October 18, 2009
Awesome-coming from stoked, meaning sweet in terms of skiing or snowboarding
Dude! that jump was stoken
by Hirnz January 11, 2008
derived from the popular words stoke or stoked.
can be used as a verb or an adjective.
if you or one of your friends is "stoken" on a guy or a girl it means they are hot for them or crushing on them.
when used as an adjective it describes someone who is hot, good, or bangable.
kissten: aybaybay that boy is stoken!
dody: omg i know he is totally stoken and so is his friend!

kissten: dody im totally stoken on this guy!
dody: kissten im totally stoken on his friend, lets double.

kissten: aybaybay you're a stoken friend!
dody: aww kissten you're a stoken friend too!
by joglax November 06, 2007
Noun.

A token that one needs when they are excited about something.
Did Zak give you a stoken? I was so jazzed when he gave me one!

Collect all the Stokens to win at life!
by ZakManofSteel March 08, 2012

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