mook

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Etymology 1[edit]

Unknown. Perhaps a variant of ""moke" (slang, British, "donkey"), first appearing in U.S. in the 1930s.

Noun[edit]

mook ‎(plural mooks)

  1. A disagreeable or incompetent person.
  2. [Coll., e.g., in role-playing games] Anonymous foes in large numbers, readily dispatched by the hero.
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