honk(redirected from a honk)
1. verb, slang To vomit. Geez, I thought I was going to honk out on that boat—I felt so seasick!
2. verb, slang To have a foul smell. Primarily heard in UK, Australia. That trash is honking, man—better take it out now.
3. verb, slang To consume excessive amounts of alcohol. Please don't honk if you end up going to the bar tonight—I can't deal with you being hungover all weekend.
4. noun, slang A foul smell. Primarily heard in UK, Australia. The honk on trash day in the summertime is just unbearable.
slang To vomit. A noun or pronoun can be used between "honk" and "up." When I had food poisoning, I felt like I honked up everything I'd ever eaten in my life.
honk at (someone or something)
To sound a horn at someone or something. Why is that jerk honking at me? It's a red light—no one can go yet!
slang Drunk. Do you remember last night at the bar at all? You were totally honked!
slang Very large. Geez, I just wanted a taste! What am I supposed to do with such a honkin' piece of cake?
honk at someone or something
to sound a horn at someone or something. Is someone honking at me? The motorists honked at the sheep that were clogging the roadway.
1. n. a drinking spree; a toot. Jed’s last honk lasted nearly a week.
2. n. a white male; a honky. (Black. Not necessarily derogatory.) There are mainly honks where I work.
3. in. to vomit. (Onomatopoetic.) I can hear someone in the john honking like mad.
4. tv. to vomit something. He honked up his whole pizza.
mod. alcohol intoxicated. Willy was too honked to stand up. Man, is he honkers!
mod. huge. She showed up with this great, honking jock who keep eating with his hands!