Originating in the Blizzard game Warcraft: Orcs and Humans(1994) The orcish warriors use the term "Loktar" meaning "Hello". The term is also used in Warcraft II: Tides of Darkness, Warcraft III, and World of Warcraft.
Originally used by Orcs to salute or acknowledge another Orc or Horde member. Sometimes heard as Lok Tar Ogal. Can be used in English as an interjection or simply as an acknowledgement.
-"Hey do you want to smoke out this weekend?"
Common Orcish for "victory", despite what other morons on Urbandictionary say. It is actually written "lok'tar" and is really one word. Oh, and "lok'tar ogar" doesn't just mean the same thing, but rather means "victory or death."
Hey man, let's gank
these alliance n00bs! Lok'tar ogar!
Orcish for "Victory"
Mainly used in Warld of Warcraft
"ya dude i no how 2 play"
"For the horde!"
"k im done tlakgin to random npc now bye"
"Dude he keeps saying Loktar, idfk what it means."
"Urbandictionary that shit."
Ancient Viking Warrior Leader
He fought like Lo'k Tar
Expression taken from Warcraft II, indicates that an orc is carrying some wood to your mills.
"Loktar! Swovu.... Oo oo oo."
Used as both a noun and verb. Noun: The game of Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos and Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne when played on battle.net.
Verb: Playing either Warcraft III title on battle.net
1.) Jim: Hey, John! Wanna Loktar?
John: Sure, lemmie turn on my computer.
2.) Jim: That was an awesome Loktar, John!
John: Yeah, we totally pwned those n00bs with my chimeras!