Amok

[dish] In South-East Asian cuisine, `mok`, `amok` or `ho mok` refers to the process of steam cooking a curry in banana leaves, or to the resulting dish. Thick coconut cream and galangal are classic ingredients, added to a wide range of possible kinds of leaves and staple ingredients. Amok is major national culinary tradition in Cambodia, an...
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Amok

[novella] Amok is a novella by the Austrian author Stefan Zweig. First printed in the newspaper Neue Freie Presse in 1922, Amok appeared shortly afterwards in the collection of novellas Amok: Novellas of a Passion. Zweig was fascinated and influenced by Sigmund Freud’s work. Like other works by Zweig, Amok therefore has clear psychoanalyt...
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amok

[adv] - wildly 2. [adv] - in a murderous frenzy
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Amok

Amok: A syndrome first reported in the Malay people, usually male, consisting of a period of brooding followed by a sudden outburst of indiscriminate murderous frenzy, sometimes provoked by an insult, jealousy or sense of desperation. The person who runs amok may also die in a form of murder-suicide. Spelled also amuck. The Malay word for 'furious ...
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amok

1. A culture-bound mental disorder originally observed in Malaya in which the subject becomes dangerously maniacal ('running amok'). ... 2. Colloquialism denoting maniacal, wild, or uncontrolled behaviour threatening injury to others. ... Synonym: amuck. ... Origin: native word ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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amok

amuck adverb in a murderous frenzy; `rioters running amuck and throwing sticks and bottles and stones`
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amok

amok, amock, amuck 1. In a murderous frenzy as if possessed by a demon. 2. In a murderous frenzy. 3. Wildly; without self-control. 4. In a frenzy of violence, or on a killing spree; berserk. 5. In or into a confused or disorganized state or condition; out of control, especially when armed and dangerous. 6. In or into a jumbled or confused stat...
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Amok

Amok (ā'mok) , in the Bible, post-Exilic Jewish family.
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Amok

Amok is a Malay term denoting a sudden frenzy that seizes an individual, sometimes because of intoxicants, but often unaccountably.
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amok

Type: Term Pronunciation: ă-mok′ Definitions: 1. A culture-bound mental disorder originally observed in Malaya in which the subject becomes dangerously maniacal ('running amok'). 2. Colloquialism denoting maniacal, wild, or uncontrolled behavior threatening injury to others. Synonyms: amuck
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Amok

[video game] Amok (sometimes spelled AMOK, A.M.O.K., A+M+O+K, or A•M•O•K) is an action game for Windows and Sega Saturn in which a robot called `Slambird` is guided through nine different scenarios to complete several objectives. Developed by Lemon, Amok began as a technology demo for the Sega 32X, but was reworked for the Saturn afte...
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Amok

seen in South-East Asia. Outburst of aggressive behaviour in which the patient runs amok during a de
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Amok

('berserk'), as in 'to run amok'
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