short for knock out ! (british slang)
fuckin had too much beer last night and konk out on the street!
作者 kenji 2003年4月28日
Alternate spelling (or maybe the guys at TSG just don't know how to spell) for the word conk. It refers to a means of straightening frizzy hair, or the resulting hairstyle subsequent to such straightening.
We found this one in the FBI file of Jack Lord, the late star of Hawaii Five-0 and the only white guy to wear a konk. -- From The Smoking Gun Archive.
作者 Yakityak 2006年8月18日
To konk
or
Be konked.

Being hit on the head by something or someone.

Or to konk someone with your palm or an object.
jack - "Sarah threw the tennis ball and it konked me right on the head"
作者 LeahSade 2006年11月23日
The mixture of feces and sweat between the rectum and the scrotum. Often times adhering to the hair that is growing in the goochal region.
I took a nice poop this morning. However, I wasn't able to wipe away all of my feces. I still have some konk left. Hopefully a shower will do the trick.

Does konk smell bad too?
作者 tkat 2014年3月20日
A word that can literally mean anything; as long as it is used in context.
Why the konk did you just smash my new RiFF RAFF cd man?
作者 yung murray slayer 2014年6月30日
A concusion getting wrecked really hard in a sport like hockey you could say "He just got Konked" or "konks on the table"
"He just got Konked" or "konks on the table" "What a Konk" "What a konky"
作者 Konks mgee 2014年2月06日
A Korean. Also known as a spoon-face or shovel-head.
Derived from the Japanese word "Kankokujin" (pronounced Kahn-koe-koo-jin) , meaning "Korean". Typically used as an insulting slur to reffer to a korean person. Unlike other racial slurs like "nigger", koreans are for the most part unaware of the meaning of this word and will thus not take offense when it is mentioned in front of them.
Korean: *Yells something in korean at john, then turns to his korean friends and bursts out laughing*

John: "Sorry, me no speaky spoon-face you lousy konk."

Korean: *Walks away unoffended and unpreturbed*
作者 dilman-7 2007年3月07日

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