In Greek mythology, Ioke (Ἰωκή) is the female personification of onslaught, battle-tumult, and pursuit. In the Iliad, she is one of the daimones, or spirits, of Zeus's aegis. The other daimones are Phobos, Eris and Alke. 
Ioke is the Hawaiian language equivalent for the name Joyce (name). It may also refer to:
Hurricane Ioke (2006)
Ioke (programming language)
Ioke (mythology), personification of pursuit in Greek mythologyProioxis
In Greek mythology, Proioxis (Greek: Προΐωξις) was the personification of onrush or pursuit in battle (as opposed to Palioxis). She is mentioned together with other personifications having to do with war.