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1: a massive wall used to hold back water, such as those used in Holland to reclaim farmland.
2: an igneous intrusion cutting through layers of older rocks.
3: alternate spelling of 'dyke', referring to a woman whose sexual preference is exclusively other women. See also 'lesbian'.
'I learned about the dikes they use in the Netherlands to keep the ocean from making a seafloor out of their farmlands.'
by wikkid May 08, 2003
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A trick played on a fellow athlete where the open hand smacks the target's testicles with the knuckles in a sharp, wrist flicking motion.
"Dude, I sack tapped Brandon, and now he has the whole team trying to sack tap me"
by Chris M July 07, 2004
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A slang term for a pair of diagonal side cutters.
Electrician: I can't find my dikes anywhere, but I found my strippers.
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In electronics, short for diagonal cutters. Used, though, for any small wire-cutting and metal snipping tool. Also, used as a transitive verb for removing something by cutting it out. May also be spelled dyke.
Hand me the dikes, I need to dike out this pot.
by T-S December 16, 2006
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Misspelling of the word dyke. A woman who's sexual orientation is focused on the same gender.
"No I won't go out with you, I'm a dike!"
"Mrs. Jennings is such a dike!"
by sushiman09 September 07, 2005
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A wire cutting tool used to snip or cut phone line or 50ohm cable wires from the cable company. The tool has two very strong tempered edged blades and comes in small and large sizes. The blades are not razor sharp just very stout and heavy.
Hey man could you hand me those pair of dikes?

I am going to dike off service from the house.

I need to dike these wires off over here.
by Wajit April 15, 2009
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