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An emerging genre of music in which rock, punk and or heavy metal characteristics, tones and melodies are melded with hiphop rhyme patterns and instrumentals... Music Artist such as Mars Sinatra, Yelawolf and Lil Wayne are credited as pioneers of G-Rock.
That song "Drop the World" by Wayne is straight up G-Rock!
de Mikki GoNuts 24 juin 2011
 
1.
understand,appreciate actively and profoundly, fully comprehend; also, to think about, listen to, play, or contemplate something or someone with full love and understanding, even ecstacy. Often done stoned.
(s)he spent the whole museum visit just grocking one painting. I go to the park to grock the trees. MCEscher really grocked Goedel's theorem.
de guy 10 mai 2003
 
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Alternate spelling of grok.
To thoroughly understand something through the metaphorical process of drinking it in.
"I've taken calculus four times, and I still don't grock it."
"If you really groked a Stranger in a Strange Land, you wouldn't spell it 'grock'"
de Team Andy 20 juin 2007
 
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A particularly large person, both in height and in weight. Usually lacking in intelligence, a Grock is often dull witted and slow minded.
"Aw! That Wayne Rooney is such a Grock!"
de Wee Crawk 9 septembre 2009
 
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gross cock
to describe a man who sleeps around relentlessly, the male equivalent of a whore or slag
That guy is such a grock.
de rhythmicnova 5 avril 2014
 
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The act of creating a paraphernalia product by removing liquid from a cartridge inside a rechargeable hookah pen and substituting it with weed. These actions produce a bud vaporizer commonly called a "grock" or "g.rock."
Bout' to smoke this grock
de geeezy 22 février 2014
 
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Verb:
1. To feel the cosmic energy, to draw knowledge from any energy source, be it a person, a tree, or light.
Easiest while under the effects of entheogens, although Ganja has been known to help.
2. To do something to one's fullest capacity.
3. To have one's third-eyed opened.
Comes from the word Grok, meaning to understand so thoroughly that the observer becomes a part of the observed, from Robert A. Heinlein's 1961 book, "Stranger in a Strange Land."
1. "Grock Sharzar's glorious silver light."
2. "I'm Grocking the holy living shit out of my guitar right now."
3. "HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA!"
de The Good Friar 20 juillet 2013