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dink

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1dink

noun \ˈdiŋk\

Definition of DINK

:  dinghy

Origin of DINK

by shortening & alteration
First Known Use: 1903

2dink

noun

Definition of DINK

:  drop shot

Origin of DINK

dink to hit with a drop shot, probably of imitative origin
First Known Use: 1939

3dink

noun

Definition of DINK

slang
:  nitwit, jerk, nerd

Origin of DINK

perhaps from dink, disparaging name for a Vietnamese
First Known Use: 1974

4dink

noun, often all capitalized

Definition of DINK

:  a couple with two incomes and no children; also :  a member of such a couple

Origin of DINK

double income, no kids
First Known Use: 1986

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