University of Alabama staff member. people/faculty/crunk.html

"Hello, my name is Dr. Crunk"
by Happy March 27, 2005
hyped, turned up, excited

Crunk originated in Houston, TX in the early 1990's.
This new bred mixtape is crunk.
by @kingbrilliance February 27, 2014
A misspelled contraction of cunt and gunk.

A foamy emerald expulsion of the female genitalia occurring during times of impatience, particularly whilst awaiting public transport, delivery of fast-food or the end of a Michael Bay action movie.
"Oh my god, my train was so late I was crunking all over the platform".

"Look dude, I waited so fucking long for my pizza, you're gonna have to pay to clean the crunk off my sofa".

"Hey, if the credits don't roll soon, I'm gonna crunk in my seat".
by alithebarman January 19, 2012
Noun: This word originally coined by Theodor Seuss Geisel, better known by his pen name "Dr. Seuss", in the book, "Marvin K. Mooney Will You Please Go Now!" Is a car that somewhat resembles a Star Wars AT-AT walker that is most likely powered by steam or possibly coal.
You can go in a Crunk-Car if you wish.
by Mr. Bation August 18, 2011
a special blend of charisma and spunk
(as used in the off-broadway musical "Altar Boyz"
Girl, you've got crunk!
by SAY Girl October 23, 2008
A "cracker" way to say the word crunk. One who says this usually does not fit in and often sounds like a dork.
Golly gee wiz guys, this rapper of African-American descent is sure crünk!
by Sahara April 03, 2005
Sometimes used as a lie when you call someone a cunt but want to swiftly cover it up.
"You cunt!"

"WHAT did you say?"


"And what does THAT mean?"

"It's a type of... Cake"
by Greenwich June 04, 2014
An adjective/verb borne from the southern states. There are several theories as to how the word came to be, most of which suggest that the words Crazy & Drunk were combined to form "Crunk". However, it is highly unlikely that the poorly educated individual who first used this word put that much thought into it. It is just some idiot's belief of how the past tense of "crank" should be pronounced. For instance, an educated person might say: "I just cranked the engine.", whereas someone of lower intelligence might say: "My CAH be crunk now".

The meaning of the word "crunk" is what one might expect. Much like the engine example made above, the word means that something is running well, or an event is happening in some great fashion. Or even the literal interpretation that something has been cranked.

Essentially, the people that use this word most often have an inferior understanding of proper grammar, and it would be foolish to try and categorize "crunk" as adjective, verb, or other as it is just butchered American-English.....It is retard-speak made popular, similar to using "choppa" interchangeably with "automatic gun".
I steel cahs cuz I dunt want no job, I wunt 2 get it crunk erreday
by DaZooKeepa May 15, 2011

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