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8.
(n) an angry outburst.

See also --- "freak out," "flip out," "flip shit," "Wig out."
Did that girl just say something about me?! Man, I was about to say...I'll kirk out on that bitch!
by Synthetikax July 06, 2009
 
1.
Being overly mad at soemthing.
Synonyms: freak out, flip out, go ape shiznit.
That girl just stepped on my foot, I am about to kirk the f*ck out!!!"
 
2.
to go off, to get really upset......to exhibit rage or anger.
I wanted to kirk out when I saw my boyfriend with another woman.

by Kimmiebuka March 31, 2006
 
3.
To be so extremely pissed off at a situation or person that you can only talk in short chopped sentences like Captain Kirk from Star Trek.
Man, I am having such a bad day, I am going to Kirk Out and stab someone!
by Tommy Conant April 20, 2006
 
4.
To get really mad about something to the point of yelling or fighting. To go out of one's mind because of the gravity of the seriousness of the situation. To lose it or flip out. Origin: The Washington DC area (DC, Maryland and Virginia). Reference to Captain Kirk from Star Trek and the way he used to sign off of the com speaker "Kirk out" when he was upset.
That dude just hit my car and I'm about to "kirk out" on him.
by doctorteef August 10, 2012
 
5.
The opposite of a greeting.

Most often used when talking on a cell phone or 2-way radio.

References Capt. Kirk of Star Trek fame, when he would conclude all dialogs from the planet to the Enterprise with this phrase.

Also popularized by rapper Flavor Flav.
While talking on your cell phone:
"Okay, bring me two sam adams and I'll meet you in the DnB Room around midnight. Kirk out."
by Daevid Vincent April 24, 2006
 
6.
Loose one's mind. Fly into a rage. The point when anger gets the best of you and you become physicaly violent. A 'Star Trek' based notion of one's rational mind being "transported" away.{Baltimore}
He's going to Kirk out if he gets burnt one more time...He Kirked out and started kicking some ass.
by TRODE June 06, 2010
 
7.
The opposite of a greeting.

Most often used when talking on a cell phone or 2-way radio.

References Capt. Kirk of Star Trek fame, when he would conclude all dialogs from the planet to the Enterprise with this phrase.
While talking on your cell phone:
"Okay, bring me two sam adams and I'll meet you in the DnB Room around midnight. Kirk out."
by Daevid Vincent April 03, 2006