-punk

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See also: punk and Punk

English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Back-formation from cyberpunk. First used when coining steampunk.

Suffix[edit]

-punk

  1. Denotes a fictional and aesthetic genre based on the word it is suffixed to, usually involving ahistorical inventions and exploring their effect on society.

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