v. t. & i.1.To suck.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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A well-informed source at the province said the aggression war jets attacked Hairan district with 14 airstrikes in which two of them targeted a wheat truck and another two on al-Jani Ice factory, while the rest ten raids hit Hairan Triangle Souke.
(29) This oblique indication of teeth is explicit in the Middle English prose romance Robert the Deuyll printed by Wynkyn de Worde (30): "in short space he had longe teeth wherwith he bote the norshes pappes in such wyse, that there was no woman durst gyue hym souke, for he bote off the hedes of theyr brestes." (31) Instead of nursing him, his caretakers "brynge hym up with an home" (i.e., bottle-feed him).
Examples of archetypes are numerous in popular TV series such as Les Bobodiouf in which the Burkinabe comedians Souke and Siriki play the unsophisticated family members that everyone wishes they never visited, or Govou in Ma Famille, who is cast as an abused and weak husband faking control over his household.