a fool or idiot; a weak person, esp. a man
turned into gronks
Any nasty substance, like a collection in one’s belly button or between one’s toes: use a Q-Tip on that gronk
/gronk/ Popularised by Johnny Hart’s comic strip “B.C.” but the word apparently predates that.
1. To clear the state of a wedged device and restart it. More severe than “to frob” (sense 2).
2. [TMRC] To cut, sever, smash, or similarly disable.
3. The sound made by many 3.5-inch diskette drives. In particular, the microfloppies on a Commodore Amiga go “grink, gronk”.
1. Broken. “The teletype scanner was gronked, so we took the system down.” 2. Of people, the condition of feeling very tired or (less commonly) sick. “I’ve been chasing that bug for 17 hours now and I am thoroughly gronked!” Compare broken, which means about the same as gronk used of hardware, but connotes depression […]
- Gronk out
verb phrase To cease functioning; go down: The terminal gronked out about ten minutes ago (1980s+ Computer)
adjective Excellent; groovy: You, too, can get on the grooby side (1943+ Teenagers)
[groom, groo m] /grum, grʊm/ noun 1. a bridegroom. 2. a man or boy in charge of horses or the stable. 3. any of several officers of the English royal household. 4. Archaic. a manservant. verb (used with object) 5. to tend carefully as to person and dress; make neat or tidy. 6. to clean, […]