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Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
▪ Casnoff was bonked by a piece of falling scenery during a performance.
▪ My mother walked in and caught us bonking.
▪ They said she'd bonked every man in college.
▪ But she will bonk just about anybody on the crew.
▪ To have any hope of bonking on the beach, he'd be better off packing something more basic.
▪ A quick bonk in a lay-by is not my idea of romance.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary

"to hit," 1931, probably of imitative origin; 1975 in sense of "have sexual intercourse with." Related: Bonked; bonking.\n


n. 1 A bump on the head. 2 Any minor collision or random meeting. 3 An act of sexual intercourse. 4 A condition of sudden, severe fatigue in an endurance sports event caused by glycogen depletion. vb. 1 To strike or collide with something. 2 To have sexual intercourse. 3 (context skateboarding English) To hit something with the front wheels of the skateboard, whilst in the air, this pre-dates the snowboarding term, 4 (context snowboarding English) To hit something (especially a tree) with one's snowboard, especially while in the air. 5 To experience sudden and severe fatigue in an endurance sports event due to glycogen depletion.

  1. v. have sexual intercourse with; "This student sleeps with everyone in her dorm"; "Adam knew Eve"; "Were you ever intimate with this man?" [syn: roll in the hay, love, make out, make love, sleep with, get laid, have sex, know, do it, be intimate, have intercourse, have it away, have it off, screw, fuck, jazz, eff, hump, lie with, bed, have a go at it, bang, get it on]

  2. hit hard [syn: sock, bop, whop, whap, bash]

Bonk (video game series)

Bonk is a video game character from NEC's TurboGrafx-16 console. Known in Japan as "PC-Genjin" (PC原人, PC- Primitive man, a pun on " PC Engine") and as "BC Kid" in PAL territories, Bonk was a mascot for NEC's console. Three games featured the character appeared on the TurboGrafx-16, as well as two spin-offs featuring Airzonk. The protagonist is a bald caveman named Bonk who attacks using his comically large head. The "PC" part of his Japanese name stands for " Pithecanthropus Computerurus", a fictitious species name for Bonk.

Konami now owns the rights to the Bonk series as a result of their absorption of the series' publisher Hudson Soft in 2012.


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Bonk (album)

Bonk is the debut studio album by Australian rock band Big Pig. It was released in March 1988 on White Label Records. The album went gold, then platinum in Australia with three top-twenty singles ("Hungry Town", "Breakaway" and "Big Hotel"). The album was released in America by A&M Records in 1988, and the music video for "Breakaway" was played on MTV. "Breakaway" was featured on the Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure soundtrack and "Hungry Town" on the Young Einstein soundtrack. "Breakaway" and "Money God" were used in the Miami Vice TV series in the 1980s.

It was re-issued in 1992 by Mushroom Records.

Bonk (surname)

Bonk is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:

  • Gerd Bonk (1951–2014), German weightlifter
  • James Bonk (1931–2013), American chemist and academic
  • John Bonk (born 1950), 2008 inductee into the Canadian Football Hall of Fame
  • Julia Bonk (born 1986), German politician
  • Keiko Bonk (born 1954), Hawaiian activist, artist, musician and politician
  • Radek Bonk (born 1976), professional ice hockey player
  • Tino Bonk (born 1967), German bobsledder

Usage examples of "bonk".

Deputy Chief of CTC Ben Bonk noted in the talking points that the CTC had obligated 50 percent of its fiscal year 2000 budget by Jan.

I take my dick-sized bonk pill and writhe in a whirlpool of Vitamin C.

What became clear to Bonk as one decade bled into the next was that the Libyans had grown tired of being excluded from the world community.

And he had a name ready for Bonk, a gift: Ibn al-Sheikh al-Libi, a Libyan operative of al Qaeda.

Ben Bonk and several DO chiefs huddled in the hall with a friend, a chief of operations who remains undercover.

She lifted a little silver hammer and bonked her dulcimer a triple bonk of do-sol-do.

His balding head bonked against the hull, and he sank like a stone into the cold green grave.

Something kind of drastic happened, because the fish leaped right over me and bonked himself on this tree to get rid of the vermin.

The board slipped out of my other hand and bonked me on the head on the way down.

He was reaching for his staff when the seeker buzzed down on him again, bonking him on the nose.

His line was vanishing, deep water was to the left, slippery rocks underfoot, nose plugs bonking his forehead with every stride, and that indescribable, horrid oxygen smell was overpowering him.

Not even a savage was willing to risk bonking a big guy like Pike, if they could get the gloves in a simple trade.

Pike swore, sprawling onto the hard root, bonking his knee and spraining his left wrist in the process.

I hear, skipping stones across the ponds - bonking, now and then, a rare and outraged Aquatic Bird.

So Russet Eaglewood and I enjoyed a lengthy no-strings bonk, and it was all true, not a knicker in sight.