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22.
jab
something that doctors or lab techs do to people who are required to do so in the process of finding an "Answer" to their medical whoa's. This process is done with some sort of needle, which can be quite painful and annoying, perhaps leaving track marks up and down the inside of your elbow or inbow
Karen had high blood sugar when she was pregnant, therefore the doctor felt the need to JAB her with a needle to take some of her blood.
by Angie (I love you Karen) March 10, 2006
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1.
Jab
A short form of the word hijab; a towel-like object the muslims wear.

It can also refer to a person who wears a (hi)jab.
1. Urooj: I just bought a new jab yesterday!

2. Jim: Look at that group of jabs over there!

by Matthew Po December 08, 2008
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2.
An irish slang word for breasts
Look at the jabs on her
by Liam August 25, 2003
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3.
jab
$100 worth of heroine, a dozen bags
yo, let me get a jab
by skrillakilla July 17, 2005
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4.
jab
12 blows (one blow is about .2 of a gram of heroin, which are sold in either small bags or folded up tin foils). One blow is usually $10. A jab is a deal for 12 blows at $100. Sometimes it can be 13 blows for $110.
Yo, can I get a jab?
by syntheticpure October 17, 2005
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5.
short for "jabroni" - look it up
you fucking jabs.
by Urizen May 15, 2003
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6.
jab
In boxing/martial arts: a technique done by the foremost bodily weapon (99% of the time, the foremost fist). The strike is linear and the power is not the best stopping technique due to limited displacement of weight in the time executed. It is often a "feeler" technique designed to 'stun', or 'follow up' with another technique (usually the cross-punch).

More power can be mustered with the strike if the hips are stabilized, the shoulders displaced forwards, and the feet grounded from their footwork. This is subject to the art and the user, but a jab can muster more of the body than simply the arm's extension and muscle.

A jab can also be a foot strike with the frontal foot in a sideways stance that "pokes" at the opponent with the intent of fending them off, or causing "stunning" pain to the shin, groin, abdomen, or higher targets. This "foot fencing" is designed to follow up with another technique or to buy time.
1.
"I bashed him with a one-two."
"A one-two?"
"You dummy, the jab-cross! It was the cross that sent him to the dentist, heh!"
by Berginnator August 15, 2006
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7.
jab
A vaccination, or a straight punch. Direct and to the point. Concise.
"Remember those flu jabs we got as kids?"

"After he told me the truth I jabbed him in the face with my left."
by Kung-Fu Jesus April 16, 2004
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