gink

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Unknown

Noun[edit]

gink (plural ginks)

  1. A foolish or contemptible man.
    • 1931, Grace Hegger Lewis, Half a Loaf[1], edition Digitized, published 2007, page 189:
      Don't see a movie in it myself, but those Hollywood ginks will take anything.
    • 1973, Richard Cowper, Clone[2], edition Digitized, Doubleday, published 2007, page 33:
      No wonder the country's on its bloody knees! You ginks are a bloody disgrace to the human race!'
  2. (slang) a fellow; person.
    • 1914, Edgar Rice Burroughs, The Mucker[3], edition HTML, The Gutenberg Project, published 2009:
      so if any of you ginks are me frien's yeh better keep outen here so's yeh won't get hurted.

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