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1.
Noun; Nickname given to a friend or lover, often male in non-intimate settings. The longer version: pooky is used in private, often by a lover. Similar to honey and Honey Buns}. Varianet: (the)Pookster, used around friends; refers to lover or close friend.
1. "Pook, let's get to the store."
2. "Pookie, you were great last night!"
3. "Girls, I need coffee - Pookster went all night!"
by ShortHairLvr August 08, 2005
 
2.
originated in vancouver, the word pook generally describes a junkie or someone addicted to drugs.

other common relating words:
feck up
you fecking pook head.
by POOKHEAD December 04, 2007
 
3.
1. (n) a crackhead/gakhead coming down off drugs, skinny and slouching, they can barely keep their head up.

2. (v) to be pooked: exhausted, sore, and/or hurting, after a long night's of partying and buckn' rails, popping and/or drinking. Too tired to even puke. in other words, the morning after feeling.
"bust out some lines, nilla!!! cut that shiiiiet!!"

26 hours later, stomach so empty you don't have the strength to even hold your body up:
"Man, i'm fuckn' pooooked"

and thus, making you a POOK.
by kelsey minkee November 03, 2005
 
4.
to be under the influence of methamphetamine.
"man i got all pooked out yesterday and i'm still awake"
by x September 02, 2003
 
5.
A term of endearment used between young Indigos and little Asian girls.

Also the name of many Thai sluts.
"Oh pook, there's something in your beard!"
by Hannah Pook January 03, 2006
 
6.
noun -- A word used to describe your buddies girlfriend. Especially if your friend is wipped.
Hey, did you seen John at the bar last night?

Nope, he was with his pook.

Did you pook buy you those pants?
by david December 13, 2004
 
7.
To puke and poop uncontrollably at the same time.
Most frequently occurs between the ages 18 to 27 after excessive binge drinking coupled with attacks of late night munchies. Also could be caused by illness such as influenza. " Jamie drank and ate too much so she pooked in the bathroom at Burger King". If pooked more than once you will be considered a "pooker" or "pookemon".
by John McCrum and John Nerone December 24, 2005