boink

verb
\ˈbȯiŋk \
boinked; boinking; boinks

Definition of boink 

transitive verb

sometimes vulgar

: to copulate with

First Known Use of boink

1985, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for boink

boink, boing, interjections imitative of a reverberating sound

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