Literally means "alcohol" in Japanese. In the English speaking world, sake refers to "Nihon-shu", Japanese rice wine.
Ichi-no-kura, my favorite. Served best chilled. "Umai desu yo!"
by Andy Mack April 12, 2005
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goodness, health, existence, life. Pete has enough of it for everyone, and his seems to be the most valuable of all sake.
by Rusty Shackleford January 14, 2004
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Noun: Japanese acholic beverage made from fermented rice.
Amoung my other liquiors you will find many bottles of sake.
by Ev1l L337 December 04, 2003
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Rice wine from Japan. Usually served hot rather than cold.
At the Japanese noodle stand, the man ordered a cup of sake to go along with his meal.
by Deej July 30, 2004
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from Old English sacan:
to argue with; to blame; to accuse

possible forms
present: sake(s)
past: sook (or soke)
weak past: has (or have) saken
-ing type present: is (or are) saking
Don't sake your brother for that mess in the family room, young lady. I saw you make it.

He continues to sake his lysdexia for his frequent spelling errors.
by Nayrb Rellimer August 02, 2013
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Person 1: Yo where you goin after the party?

Person 2: I'm goin to sake its goin to be poppin
by freshnigga23 April 20, 2011
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