Top Definition
Poney-Hawk is derived from a mo-hawk with more of a wideset cut. Different from a Fauxhawk, it is wider with long hair in the middle tapered to the outside.

Poney hawks are easier to maintain when not worn in the mo-hawk fashion, the hair lays down so as not to have the appearance of a mo-hawk yet not quite as douchie as a fauxhawk.
Dude you don't have a mohawk, you have a poney hawk!
by Dakrazy August 20, 2009
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