Chok may refer to:
Chok樣 (擢樣), a popular term in Hong Kong, meaning "to forcefully make oneself look more handsome".
- Raymond Lam ( 林峯), known as "Chok王" — meaning "the King of Chok", a famous Hong Kong actor and singer contracted to TVB
- Chok, one of the song in Raymond Lam's (林峯) sixth album LF.
- A Singaporean masculine given name:
- Goh Chok Tong (born 1941), second Prime Minister of the Republic of Singapore
- Lionel Chok (21st century), Singaporean film-maker and director
- Chok, a Chinese surname,卓。
- Chok, a handwoven cloth from Central Thailand
- CHOK, a Canadian radio station
- Chok, the CEO of software consulting firm Agility IO
- Chok, Iran, a village in Yazd Province, Iran
Usage examples of "chok".
Beeah Chok, engineering second, to make binding legal contracts contingent on her signature.
Charles piped, putting down his chokabola with its ice still intact and a big brown mustache of chok on his face.
ID, and a statement on the Vatta Transport, Ltd., letterhead which authorized Beeah Chok, engineering second, to make binding legal contracts contingent on her signature.
In 10077, Duke Minos died suddenly chok mg on a piece of beef and his eldest son Paulos succeeded Mintor the next eldest son, was heir presumptive but never expected to reach the throne since his brother was young vigorous and likely to have children of his own Therefore, he requested his brother's permission to represent the Duchy as a roving ambassador and to receive imh tary training at various academies throughout the Imperium His request was readily granted He spent the next ten years learning about weapons, shields, self defense politics and bull-fighting One of his companions from that period recalls He was loll, not quite handsome, a bit of a rake .