honk

Definitions

General English

Slang

  • noun an act of vomiting, from the verb to honk
  • noun a wild, noisy, drunken party. A British term of the 1950s, probably from honk, meaning to drink and honked, meaning drunk.
  • verb to vomit. The term is echoic and has existed in British slang since the 1950s.
  • verb to stink. Related to the Liverpudlian ronk, this sense of the word is widespread in Australia and not unknown in Britain.
  • verb to drink (to excess). A middle-class and high-society term of the 1950s in Britain, now rarely heard.
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