(v.) The act of repetitively moving one or more limbs, that supports the rest of the human above the ground from the foot to the hip and is used for locomotion, back and forth swiftly to transverse distance at the rate of units of distance traveled per unit of time in n-dimensional space (where n is an element of integers and 0<n<4)
Bob walked to the boardwalk
by lack_for_a_better_alias November 09, 2008
A badass song by Pantera, on the Vulgar display of power album.
RE-SPECT. Walk. Are you talkin' to me!?
by Delthryn February 28, 2005
the process of moving your feet up and down while moving forward, in order to get to a specific destination.
The old man walked with his dog
by the meat man November 01, 2002
A fly with its wings removed. It can only walk, hence the name.
I like to play with my pet walk
by Eggowok August 22, 2007
To Crip walk. The footwork originated by the Crips gang. While appearing to be a dance, it is not.
Xzibit: "Get your walk on!"
by Law The Stryker May 07, 2006
Literally means to walk across the stage during your high school graduation ceremony to receive your diploma. However, people use the word to mean finishing high school.
Senioritis is really getting to me - I got D's in classes that I used to get A's in. I don't care anymore though, as long as I'm able to walk. That's all that matters.
by chris March 15, 2005
The verb someone uses when they want to get away from others... So they ask you to accompany them in order to get some privacy....
Hey, let's go for a walk...
by joseantara June 12, 2006
In stand-up comedy lingo, "walk" means to drive out certain members of the audience through things like threatening glances, heckling remarks, etc.
I thought the guy in front row was going to ruin my set, so I walked him before he had a chance.
by TheVoiceOfReason August 06, 2007