fauxhawk

noun faux·hawk
variants: or

faux–hawk

Definition of fauxhawk

plural

fauxhawks

or

faux–hawks

  1. :  a hairstyle that resembles a Mohawk (see mohawk ) in having a central ridge of upright hair but with the sides of the head not shaved Myke, a 24-year-old with a fauxhawk and a goatee, would be the youth pastor and in charge of the church's up-tempo contemporary worship music. — Jonathan D. Fitzgerald, Boston Globe Magazine, 18 Aug. 2013

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First Known Use of fauxhawk

2000


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