noun hon·ky \ˈhŋ-kē, ˈhäŋ-\
plural honkies also honkeys

Definition of HONKY

usually disparaging
:  a white person

Variants of HONKY

hon·ky or hon·kie also hon·key \ˈhŋ-kē, ˈhäŋ-\

Origin of HONKY

probably alteration of Hunky
First Known Use: 1958


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