Stoke is defined as to stir up, or feed with fuel or food.(verb)
An example of stoke is to feed wood to a fire.
The definition of a stoke is a measurement of the resistance of a liquid to flow, calculated by the viscosity of a the liquid (measured in poises), divided by the density of the liquid (expressed in grams per cubic centimeter).(noun)
An example of a stoke is a measurement of how resistant a liquid is to flow based on the centimetre-gram-second (CGS) system.
See stoke in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: after Sir George Stokes (1819-1903), Irish-born physicist & mathematician
See stoke in American Heritage Dictionary 4
verb stoked stoked, stok·ing, stokes verb, transitive
Origin: Back-formation from stoker.
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