A mispronunciation of the word "strong" which generally means the same thing. Originated in the game Heroes of Newerth, most likely from the player Ixoziel who used it extensively. Usually denotes a player who is doing well/ is difficult to kill or deals a lot of damage.
*Moon Queen kills 5 heroes*
Enemy player: Damn moon queen too stronk
Moon Queen: look at my items noob
by Nathonas April 27, 2013
A typo of the word "strong," originating from competitive play of a game of Heroes of Newerth. Mostly used sarcastically because of it being a mistype.
Port key pebbles is too stronk, GG.
by Nighthound May 31, 2011
Stronk is an eastern European/Russian pronunciation of the word "strong." Most commonly used in the context of mocking or showing reverence towards something brutish or powerful that is of eastern European/Russian origin.
"Soviet tank isk stronk."
by Nastrael November 19, 2014
When you prove yourself strong or powerfull.
Person 1: That hurt!

Person 2: Yes im STRONK!
by KeeBarn June 05, 2012
Stronk is a synonym for strong.
Joe: Jake Shields didn't look that stronk when he got KO'ed by Jake Ellenberger.
Jim: Nope, not very stronk at all.
by blackname2011 September 20, 2011
The feeling of being caressed by a duckling's wet feet. As duckling feet are wet, and slimy, being stronked might cause you to create several typos and stare at people for long periods of time, without blinking.
Aw man, I was just stronked! I hope I don't satrt misspelling thingf!
by nutnut June 18, 2011
Started with Dan Dinh, a high ELO player of League of Legends, where he drank wine and got drunk while playing, yet still beat other players. Afterwards, people complained about him being too strong and drunk, or "stronk".
Dan Dinh is so stronk after that glass of wine, that he totally whopped the other team.
by Sparkmon August 20, 2012

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