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Juke can refer to:

  • Juke (song), a harmonica instrumental recorded by Little Walter Jacobs
  • Juke house, a form of electronic dance music originating from Chicago
  • Juke joint, an informal establishment featuring blues music, dancing, and alcoholic drinks
  • Juke Kartel an Australian rock band
  • Jukebox, a partially automated music-playing device that plays songs selected from self-contained media
  • Juking, a sexualized form of dancing, associated with juke house
  • Juke (football move), a deceptive move in American football
  • Samsung Juke, a mobile phone created by Samsung for Verizon Wireless
  • Nissan Juke, a car
  • Juke Magazine (1975–1992), an Australian national music industry newspaper


  • Guy Juke (b. 1951), a.k.a. De White, American graphic artist
  • Juke Boy Bonner (1932–1978), the American blues singer, Weldon H. Philip Bonner
  • Jukes family, a New York hill family studied in 19th and early 20th century euthenics research

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