boak

boak
vb
British
to vomit. The term, probably echoic in origin, is heard particularly in the Scot-tish Lowlands, the north of England and Northern Ireland. It occurs in the work of the Scottish novelist James Kelman and the Northern Irish poet Tom Paulin.
► It makes me want to boak.
► We could hear him boaking in the next room.

Contemporary slang . 2014.

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