The act of hitting or attacking someone or some group. Term originated in South Central Los Angeles by the Crips gang. To clock meant to wage gang warfare "around the clock" i.e. 24/7 on your enemies.
" Damn we clocked them "sissies" (Rolling 60's) nonstop".
by Steve Williams February 25, 2005
Photos & Videos
1) To regard an act or object.
2) The act of hitting a person.
3) A gauge, such as a speedometer.
4) To gauge, to estimate, to time.
1) You clockin' that hot AMG?
2) Try to steal my AMG, I'll clock you.
3) These new 340 km/h AMG clocks rule!
4) Cop clocked me at 340 in my AMG!
by T.D. January 20, 2003
Hitting someone with a closed fist.

Time telling device
I clocked Valencia, for making a rude comment.

That clock is 20 minutes fast.
by Saints February 16, 2005
used in gay vernacular especially among drag queens

to call out someone's flaws, to uncover or reveal the truth in a situation or one's true gender
I saw through her! She was a fake! And I clocked it! I am Nurse Clock-a-bitch!
by Gayzelle March 11, 2011
Scale for weighing drugs
"I don't think this is an O. You got a clock?"
by Lucca Brassi March 26, 2009
An extremely well done but greatly overplayed musical piece by the British dream rock quartet, Coldplay.
Holy shit! They just played "Clocks"! Turn the damn radio off!
by Kevin Frost April 10, 2004
The act of completing a video game or computer game completely
I clocked Super Mario Shoeshine in 3 days!
by Bastardized Bottomburp May 04, 2003
clock (adj): to hit or strike somebody with a heavy amount of force usually resulting in a kid faced down on the floor.
yo, you see that lil fool clock that big ass cat, straight layed that kid out!
by Circus A.K.A. Sketch August 19, 2005

Free Daily Email

Type your email address below to get our free Urban Word of the Day every morning!

Emails are sent from daily@urbandictionary.com. We'll never spam you.

×