To feed or tend a furnace or fire.
2. Verb: Past tense of "to stoke": To eat a lot, often rapidly.
3. Adjective: Extremely happy and excited.
2. He stoked himself on Mama's good home cooking before returning to the mill for the 3rd shift.
3. "Man, I am so stoked; I aced that algebra test today and Karen actually smiled at me."
also, "stoke" - verb - one can "stoke" oneself out by facing challenges or by revving up an engine within oneself to accomplish that which one desires.
*being too stoked just means that you're still not stoked enough*
"Perchance you'd like to stoke yourself out and ask that girl out!"