v.— «Janking, as jurors were frequently told, is a street word for a game of playful back-and-forth insults, often aimed at the players’ relations with women, including their wives and mothers.…Buford and Young were among a group that frequently gathered there to play cards, listen to music and jank each other, usually to the delight of all, according to testimony.…“I said something about his mama—I janked him a little bit, and he got mad,” Buford told jurors Tuesday morning.» —“Jury finds 82-year-old guilty of murder in deadly shooting” by Eddie Curran Press-Register (Mobile, Alabama) Nov. 8, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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