うーじゃき【大酒】 : uujaki | define meaning
Region: Ryukyu (Okinawa)
Heavy drinking; a lot of alcohol; a lot of sake
"(I) drank a lot of alcohol", "(He) did some heavy drinking"
Derived from うー【大】 uu, a variant of うふ ufu "great; big", and the rendaku form of さき【大酒】 saki "alcohol; sake". Attested as early as in the Okinawan language dictionary (1896), by Masayo Nakamoto, under the spelling うーざき uuzaki.