What a New Yorker says in place of "ask"
(Insert New Yawk accent here) Let me aks you somethin...
by Mike Mueller April 24, 2004
Ask, to ask. Incorrectly assumed to be a mispronunciation. "aks" is an ebonic pronunciation of the word "ask" and is considered to be acceptable english in grammar, but not spelling.
i.e. the word "carmel" has only one spelling, but can be pronounced "carmel" or "caramel"
"did she aks you out?"
"let me aks you a question about xmas"
by walkingblind November 13, 2005
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