snook

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Etymology 1[edit]

Dutch snoek (pike, Esox)

Noun[edit]

snook (plural snooks)

  1. A freshwater and marine fish of the family Centropomidae in the order Perciformes, especially
    1. Centropomus undecimalis, the common snook.
  2. Any of various other fishes. See Wikipedia-logo.png Snook on Wikipedia.Wikipedia.

Verb[edit]

snook (third-person singular simple present snooks, present participle snooking, simple past and past participle snooked)

  1. To fish for snook.
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Etymology 2[edit]

From the 19th century. Unknown origin, possibly related to snoot or snout.

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Noun[edit]

snook (plural snooks)

  1. (UK, pejorative, as a gesture) A disrespectful gesture, performed by placing the tip of a thumb on one's nose with the fingers spread, and typically while wiggling the fingers back and forth.
Usually only one hand is used.
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Verb[edit]

snook (third-person singular simple present snooks, present participle snooking, simple past and past participle snooked)

  1. (obsolete) To sniff out.
  2. (obsolete) To lurk; to lie in ambush.

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