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  • 1989 L. MOORE in New Yorker 13 Nov. 53/2 We're in our forties here. You can't use words like ‘dork’ anymore... He's not a dork. He's a dufus. Maybe. Maybe a doink.

    February 5, 2007

  • It's the sound made when you poke something, or (more frequently) the sound a person makes when they poke something. Similar in usage to "yoink" (the sound one makes when they grab or steal something, as heard (frequently) from 'Snake' on the Simpsons.

    June 18, 2009