Verb: The act of stealing or snatching ones private property when the owner happens to be present.
Jared was really wanted Austin, so he decided to ock his virginity.
von Porkyyys Revenge! 20. Mai 2011
Old Philly term replaced by dawg, nigga, god, son, etc...
What up ock?
von KoolDaddy 19. Juni 2003
"Ock" - noun. an Americanized version of the Arab word "Ahkhee" which means (literally) "my brother". "Ahkhee" is difficult to say unless you are a native Arabic speaker and thus it is pronounced "Ock-kee", which then gets shortened to "Ock."
it is a term used mostly by African Americans and African American Muslims in urban areas.
Whaddup ock, whuz good?
...chillin ock, how you livin?
von nf001g 2. April 2008
Short for Akbar. Akbar means 'great' as in "Allah ackbar" (God is great) but also refers to King Akbar of India, 'Akbar the Great'. Also, and in this case, an akbar is a great man and the shortened form, ock, was adopted into the Hip Hop lexicon from the Five Percent Nation (see five percenter, an offshoot of the Nation of Islam. Calling someone ock means they're a good guy, a friend (also see god).
"Got a cutter for the box if a kid think he's ock" -- Q-tip, 'God Lives Through'

"Come on now, Ock, What you expect? Got a month's paycheck danglin' off your neck" -- Mos Def, 'Got'
von Morgan Patrick 13. April 2005
its ya nigga, ace, homie, boy, or sometimes a straight stupid fuck
1. SUP OCK, whats good baby????

2. DAMN OCK, You's a dumb fuck!!!!
von ghostfaceILLAH 24. Januar 2007
Can be used as a Noun or verb, meaning poop.
ex. "Pull over at the next rest stop; I need to go Ock".

ex. "Took a big Ock the other day!"
von Me2256 18. Oktober 2011
totes cool gang that you wish you were in. may have something to do with those fa1l d0wn b0iz...?
im an ock, suck my cock
von kate[stopusingbrackets] 18. August 2006

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