On Sun, Sep 30, 2012 at 2:33 AM, Sam Stutter <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > Yes, that would be "bonk" in my 'lect - "to have sex with", suggestive of a one-night-stand, but also of it being... quite mechanical. Makes you sound like a Club 18-30 tourist, also probably a really irritating sort of person. > > The music side is a "donk" - and here I'm starting to get out of my depth - is that sound in (I think it's) music, where the beat has an audible big "donk" sound as part of the rhythm set - the song which popularised the term is called "Put a Donk on It". > > Possibly a regular regional spelling? How do you spell "conk" (nose), "honk" (car noise), "plonk" (place heavily / derogatory term for female police officer) and "yonk" (long period of time -not "yoink" which is the sound you make when you steal something). I've never heard of "plonk" as a term for a female police officer. I have, however, heard it used often to mean low quality wine.