Definition of bohunk in English:

bohunk

Line breaks: bo¦hunk
Pronunciation: /ˈbəʊhʌŋk
 
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noun

North American informal , offensive
An immigrant from central or SE Europe.
More example sentences
  • Top up with soda water, and drink by a tropical lagoon with many semi clad muscle-ripped bohunks, or big-boobied nymphets.
  • Just don't fall into the trap of thinking they are worthless bohunks or pinheads or whatever.
  • Well, don't expect Holly Harris to go out with a bohunk like you either!

Origin

early 20th century: apparently from Bohemian + -hunk, alteration of Hungarian.

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