gink

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gink

 (gĭnk)
n. Slang
A man, especially one regarded as foolish or contemptible.

[Origin unknown.]

gink

(ɡɪŋk)
n
slang a man or boy, esp one considered to be odd
[C20: of unknown origin]

gink

(ɡɪŋk)
n
a look, esp a brief one, at something

gink

(gɪŋk)

n.
Slang. a person or fellow, esp. one thought of as stupid or eccentric.
[1905–10, Amer.; orig. uncertain]
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He wanted to find out just what kind of a gink I was.
Purification and characterization of and iron contianing superoxide dismutase from a eucaryote, Gink biloba Arch.
Of the three countries I visited, South Sudan is the one that causes the most alarm in terms of the trajectory the country is on," Gink said.
Department of Forestry and Environmental Science, University of Agricultural Sciences, GINK, Bangalore 560065.
Breaking off too many ants from the constant action, he was forced to improvise with black Rs2's, which - with a little Gink floatant - imitated the ants effectively.
The housing situation on Adak Island is quite poor although we do have two fine hotels, namely The Hotel De Gink and the Hotel De Brass.
One of these days that figure is going to be equalled by some gink not qualified to oil his bat: in Test caps.
The actress's name is Oksana Mysina, and she was appearing in a play by Daniil Gink called K.
Edgar Gink, who finished second at Marks Tey on April 24, was bought by Murphy for Simon Sherwood.
Although ballcaps are not entirely functional (the sun drills your neck and cheeks), they are equally acceptable on the stream or in a bar or casual restaurant, provided the hat is not too soaked in sweat, fish slime, mosquito dope, or traces of Gink.
The fact is that I'm actually getting a little tired of seeing outdoor magazines with covers continually showing some camouflaged gink with a gobbler slung over his shoulder.