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5.
To Dirk is to leave a place or event uncerimoniously, usually before one should leave, just like Dirk Nowitzki left to the locker room before the end of Game 6.
Dude this party is getting really boring, let's just Dirk.
by sokolio June 18, 2011
 
1.
A person who looks realy great. A sort of prototype.
Wow, *person* looks so good. He sure is a dirk
by awan January 07, 2005
 
2.
a really cool person, someone who is so cool everyone wants to be him. usually dresses in big open shirts to show off his chest. gets all the girls.
man, baxter is such a dirk, he gets all the girls and he dresses like a porn star
by -jan February 10, 2005
 
3.
1) a small dagger of Scottish origin
2) name of the main character in the video game "Dragon's Lair", short for "Dirk the Daring"
Dirk the Daring killed someone with a dirk.
by eatsdoodoo May 02, 2004
 
4.
Pronounced durk. Secondary weapon of a Scottish warrior, after the claymore. The dirk is a long dagger, only slightly too short to be called a short sword. Blade in the range of 14 inches, commonly had only a bound handle, sometimes a small crosshilt.
The mighty warrior from the Highlands was a walking armory; he carried a claymore, a dirk, and a sgian dukh, along with his pack and shield.
by Caribou November 09, 2005
 
6.
Anyone (mostly Mexicans) who wears tight pants low, a shirt with "swag", spiky hairstyle, and a snapback (of a sports team they don't even watch). Likes the words "swag" and "YOLO". Some may do the shuffle dance, others may be poser skateboarders, and they like to be in groups. They are mostly big assholes, and only like girls because of their looks. They enjoy horrible mainstream rap music as well.

Dirk, rhymes with dirt, and is close to the word dyke
Dirk on Facebook: "Ayee mayn dats heckaa swagg ^.^ hmu and lets chill broo"
by TheNiceGuy August 28, 2012
 
7.
The process of buying and consuming alcohol from an off-licensed vendor.

The word "Dirk" originates from being the forename of a footballing legend whose surname carries remarkable similarities with the term "carry-out".
"Anyone fancy a Dirk in the shed tonight?"
by GLEN123 August 22, 2009