doink

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Onomatopoeic.

Verb[edit]

doink (third-person singular simple present doinks, present participle doinking, simple past and past participle doinked)

  1. (US, slang, humorous, transitive) To have sexual intercourse with
    You kind of want to doink him, don't you?
  2. (informal, intransitive) To bounce after a collision.
    The ball doinked off the left upright of the goal.

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Noun[edit]

doink (plural doinks)

  1. (slang) A fool; a jerk; a worthless person.
    • 1989, Thomas Szollosi, The Proving, page 55:
      High school crowds; doinks with nothing better to do than come down to this pisshole and wave through the glass partition at the biggest jerk in the whole gang.
    • 1990, Grant Naylor, Better Than Life
      'Mayday... Mayday...' Rimmer turned. 'I wonder why it's "Mayday"? [] The distress call. Why d'you say "Mayday"? It's just a bank holiday. Why not "Shrove Tuesday" or "Ascension Sunday"?' [] 'It's French, you doink. Help me - m'aidez. How much food is there?'
    • 1994, William Shatner, Tek Power, page 152:
      "Are you this critical of all the Club 900 patrons?" The mechanical doorman made a chuckling noise. "Sure, sap. It makes you doinks feel extra guilty."
    • 2008, Matthew Theisen, The Supreme Witness, page 46:
      We're about the only people here who are in everyday wardrobe; all the other fools are trying to outdo those doinks in Hollywood.