n., v., adj., adv.
A word used in Virginia's 11th district with great frequency. Used by congressman Rep. William Cummings in a broadcast by The Onion News Network's O-span. Some of its various meanings include:
1. Good or very, at least in Virginia's 11th district
2. An unfortunate state of affairs
3. A writing utensil
4. A tax stimulus
5. The number three
6. Variant: Pronklem - a problem
7. Variant: Pronkrageous - outrageous
8. Variant: Pronksurd - absurd
9. In context, "Pronk of order" - out of order
11. Variant: Pronkspect - respect
1. "This truly 'pronking new market"
2. "Failure to keep pace with our global competitors would be very pronked"
3. "Somebody hand me a pronk"
4. "Limited tax pronks for the nanotech infrastructure"
5. "Number pronk"
6. "is that a pronklem?
7. "That is pronkrageous"
8. "That is pronksurd"
9. "you're pronk of order"
10. "How dare you question my pronk?"
11. I demand pronkspect"
Or, all together:
"It is my pronkly held belief that as Thomas Jefferson said: 'All pronks living pronkfully within this land of pronk, have the right and pronkful duty to express themselves with pronk, in whichever pronking manner such pronk pronkably pronks pronkfully pronkifies them to pronk