from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A car's engine.
- n. A fool.
- n. A sub-genre of scouse house music (from a common percussive sound used in it).
- n. A poor player who makes mistakes.
- v. To provide a second person with a lift on a bicycle (formerly, on a horse), seating the passenger either in front (on the handlebar) or behind (sharing the seat); to travel as a passenger in such manner.
- v. To hit.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An obsolete or dialectal form of dank.
- A dialectal form of dank.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
It wasn't on a hill, It was on what was called a donk.
He described the car as a "donk" - a type of Hi-Riser that's popular in south Florida.
A donk is the unfortunate combination of '70s automobiles and the "Pimp My Ride" low-rider culture of the' 90s and '00s.
'My poor old "donk,"' he would exclaim; 'there goes his tail.'
General Hutton's main force was encamped in a "donk" at the very top of the randt, almost equidistant from Tigerspoort, Zwavelpoort and
We noticed them in a "donk" (a hollow place) thickly covered with trees and bushes, but not before we were right amongst them.
Just about every blog comment or tweet I've read about this video has focused more on Erykah's "donk" than even attempting to unpack what the video is trying to convey.
Barrow gives Beverley Hughes a lesson on 'donk' music
It was based on altering people's perceptions and included a music video with lyrics to the latest 'donk' sound, a sort of techno / rap music.
Those scallies that play "donk" through their "Walkman Phone" ( "Walkman" and "Phone" are two words I never want to hear in the same sentence) because, after the twenty Lambert &