To lose consciousness, esp from alcohol or narcotics; fall asleep; become stuporous: He suddenly zonked and went rigid (1968+)
To strike a stupefying blow; clobber: ”We’ve been zonked,” said Jim Robbins (1950+)
a member of a , an organization for professional women. of or relating to a Zonta Club or its members.
- Zonular band
zonular band zonular band n. See orbicular zone.
- Zonular cataract
zonular cataract zonular cataract n. See lamellar cataract. Historical Examples Which was doubtless an involuntary muscular affection incident on successful operations for lamellar or zonular cataract. A Young Man in a Hurry Robert W. Chambers
a little zone, belt, band, or the like. Historical Examples Z, zonule of Zinn, the ciliary process being removed to show it. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 10, Slice 1 Various noun a small zone, band, or area zonule zon·ule (zōn’yōōl) n. A small zone, as of a ligament. zo’nu·lar (zōn’yə-lər) adj.