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8.
Mook - can be used as a noun or an adjective with the same meaning as "jackass" and "mother fucker" but in a more polite sense.
My basketball coach is a mook.
автор: S e a n 19 июля 2005
 
9.
A generic derogatory term. Many attempts have been made to define it, but it's used too widely to pin it down.
From the film, Mean Streets (1973):

Johnny Boy:
"We won't pay because this guy is a... mook."

Jimmy:
"But I didn't say nothin."

Joey:
"We don't pay mooks!"

Jimmy:
"A mook. I'm a mook... What's a mook?
"You can't call me a mook!"

A fight then ensues.
автор: ffub 15 июня 2005
 
10.
mook (mōōk)

n. Slang
An insignificant or contemptible person.
"mook." The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition. Houghton Mifflin Company, 2004. 17 Jul. 2009.
Most of definitions submitted to Urban Dictionary are written by mooks.
автор: SenseiC 17 июля 2009
 
11.
people or person that are oafish or goonish. often compared to a large dumb animal. Not mean by nature but quickly provoked to stupidity.
" that guy is a friggin MOOK !"
автор: pete vex 23 мая 2008
 
12.
Mook (noun) Originally referred to an Italian-American male; similar to Mick in reference to an Irish-American male; Modern use extends beyond ethnicity, gender, and income levels to refer to a average person inclined not to be athletically or mentally gifted, especially in the moment or during a particular situation. Mook is used as either a humorous (knucklehead) or derrogative (jerk) expression of humanistic imperfection or inappropriatness, such as to describe a person's clumsiness or loudness. The word is most often heard in the NE region of the United States, particularly New York City, Atlantic City, Philadelphia, and Boston.
Hear "What a mook!" in a ballpark when a baseball player drops an easy fly ball or to describe a person having no worldly knowledge beyond his neighborhood. Two brothers reply "...because we are just a couple of Mooks!" when asked why after graduating from elite universities they ended up doing PBS talk radio about automobile repairs. The word mook is best applied with a Bronx, Philly, or New Jersey shore accent.
автор: DLGeary 13 февраля 2011
 
13.
A low-level thug used in a fight mainly to increase numbers; an expendable no-name criminal; an unknown.

The concept of mooks is used in many action movies (particularly in kung-fu) and beat-em-up arcade games, where the hero(es) cut through wave after wave of enemies easily (these being mooks) until they reach the boss of the scene, who despite being possibly weaker-looking than the mooks, is usually much more powerful/elusive.
"Remember the Stormtroopers from Star Wars? How hundreds of them couldn't hit the broad side of a docking bay door? What a bunch of mooks."
автор: Big Head Zach 6 ноября 2005
 
14.
n. Italian-American short form of malook, motherfucker 1. a person of little social standing, one not worthy of respect. 2. an affectionate term for a regular guy, one who is unpretentious. 3. an incompetent person.
We don't pay mooks.
автор: mooque 22 декабря 2009