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Thesaurus for trek

Synonyms, antonyms, and related words for trek

Star Wars mortal enemy
StarWars Kid: Use The Force!
StarTrek Kid: Phasers On Stun!

Startrek guy on undergrads:
Where's Your Yoda Now?....Smeh
by The_Dark_Side May 11, 2005
Walking a long distance or at pace I.e because your late for the football "best get trekking or we'll miss kick off"
Best get trekking or we'll miss kick off
by Rainman247 April 24, 2014
Walking where it's okay to pee.
i) I went hiking with my scout troopers
ii) My grandfather accidentally went hiking
by AddisonPlus June 24, 2007
A total Studgod, masterful in every way. Great King and Ruler, loved by women and adored by children, envied by men for being so awesome and wealthy and having a big unit and balls of steel.
I hope when I grow up I can be a Kirk.

They all bowed down to his great Kirkness and kissed his butt.

The baseball star was a real Kirk.

The women dream of being with Kirk.

The football player was trying to become a Kirk.
by Daveone July 27, 2006
One logical, badass mutha fucka. Capable of the Vulcan Nerve Pinch.
Spock: Live long and prosper bitch.
by trekkiegirl18 May 18, 2009
A devoted fan of the television series Star Trek or one of its spinoff series or films. Variant: Trekker
Jon is a major Trekkie.
by Tom E. Pinkerton November 18, 2002
A badass song by Pantera, on the Vulgar display of power album.
RE-SPECT. Walk. Are you talkin' to me!?
by Delthryn February 28, 2005
A lot of effort or not worth the effort. To do a long task would be a trek
'But my house is long'
'Yeah and getting there is a bit of a trek'
by Joe July 02, 2004
A fan of any iteration of Star Trek, not just the Next Generation as elsewhere noted.

Original series Star Trek fans have had a preference for trekker, not trekkie, going back to the early '70s and the first conventions.

At about that time, the mainstream media discovered Star Trek fandom with feature stories that usually had a condescending spin, including the term trekkie. These were along the lines of "Who are these trekkies and why do they gather by the thousands to profess their love for an old canceled TV show?"

Those features often focused on the most extreme aspects of fandom that of course looked weirdest to non-fans, and didn't delve into what it was about the show that made fans so passionate. Thus were the beginnings of the "nerdy" cliches that have come to be associated with fans. It was to avoid associations with such cliches that original Star Trek fans became opposed to trekkie and sought to get the more serious-sounding term trekker used.
"Yeah, I'm a Star Trek fan, but I'm not a trekkie, I'm a trekker. Why? Because it better reflects what being a fan is about."
by John Marston April 19, 2006