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kirk

verb; zero derivation
To overreact or freak out, explode with anger.
 
"Kirk" can be used on its own or in a phrase such as "kirk out" (analogous to "freak out"). It is usually used to describe someone who is very angry, but is occasionally used to describe excitement. It is associated with strong, dramatic emotions.
Etymology : Zero derivation from the proper noun "Kirk" from Star Trek. The relation between the character and the current meaning of the word is unclear.
Source : "If she calls me one more time I'm gonna kirk!" (friend, September 2015)
Last modified: 10 December 2015


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