look up any word, like blumpkin:
 
7.
An adjective used to describe something extremely good. Used in replacement of words such as 'wicked', 'cool', 'awesome' etc. Used due to the levels of 'Yorkshire Pride' across the nation.
'Awh wow! That Talitha is proper York!'
'I just love cowboy boots! They're SO York!!'
by SaraahF September 02, 2008
 
1.
To throw up.

Synonyms: puke, throw up, blow chunks, lose it
"I was Edward 40-hands last night. After i finished the second miller I yorked up all over the kitchen floor."

"Your sister is fugly, i just yorked inside my mouth"
by Evel_Knieveljajaja January 31, 2006
 
2.
To vomit, specifically somewhere it is least wanted.
I can't believe that guy yorked in my closet.
by senor_awesome September 21, 2009
 
3.
York - to vomit suddenly with vigorous convulsions. The most uncomfortable way to throw up.
That leftover tuna salad made me york so hard my neighbors called an ambulance.
by randywalrus January 08, 2012
 
4.
York, Yorked, Yorking- to get food, drink, or any other unwanted substance on your clothing

As a child I had a habit of constantly getting food, drink, or other substances on my clothing. My family decided to declare anytime that someone got an unwanted substance on their clothing it would be called york, yorked, or yorking yourself.
Oh, man I yorked myself,

Dude, you yorked yourself.

Oh baby, that was great but you yorked all over my clothing.

You need to stop yorking yourself.

Did you york yourself?
by Governor Washington August 13, 2010
 
5.
A city in the county of Yorkshire (in the UK) and was for a very long time a very important city (from its humble beginings as a roman fort, to the industrial revoloution)

But during the industrial revoloution, what were previously smaller cities and towns took a bigger role due to the fact there were more mills and factories in places like Bradford and Leeds.

One thing however, that York still holds on to is a major tourism industry. Despite having too many tourists pronouncing Gillygate wrong (it is pronounced Jillygate), it is an awesome city.
York is where I was born.
by PaddyMcShizzle June 09, 2010
 
6.
A town in Pennsylvania. It was the capital of the United States for one day, and the Articles of Confederation were written there. (But the Congressman had a horrible time staying there as they wrote it...) In the present time, York can be summed up with the words, "laziness", "obesity", "boring", and "yard sales".
The York Fair has way too many fat people.
by evilone1 August 02, 2005