Last time I picked a short word, there were a dozen entries... I guess it didn't work out quite that way this time...
I'm afraid I didn't get the joke in this one:
Originally Posted by xfox
huke hanky's little known brother.
Hanky, Panky and Huke grew into anonymity as time went by.
And I know this joke only too well:
Originally Posted by YsaPur EsChomuw
huke - a man you don't want to be with. The expression is used only by women.
Flattery will get you everywhere, so Brynn wins Coveted Second Place
Originally Posted by Brynn
huke - another word for "hunky" (which rhymes with "funky.")
"And you know what? That kid is especially huke when he's standing up to bullies," she said as she popped a delicious acarine-flavored Jellybelly into her mouth and thought about Harry Potter.
But we actually use "hork" as a verb at work already, so First Place
and a year's supply of our premium services go to:
Originally Posted by lukkucairi
past participle of the verb to hork
We have huke up our definitions, now we may be judged.
Having picked me, Marcus wasn't really a candidate to win anyway, so his prolificacy is noted but insufficiently glandular to register a mention for each entry.
Oh yeah, reality states that a huke is an outer garment worn in the middle ages. I got it from one of the links in The Phrontistery, but it turns out to have been in thefreedictionary all along: http://www.thefreedictionary.com/Huke
Take it away Hukkukari