Past tense of the regular verb "to hunge" (rhymes with "sponge"). To "hunge" is to steal, cut in line, or in some other way obtain something that is not rightfully yours. No righteous dood ever hunges stuff from his buddies.
Believed to be first used by Robert "Cash" Smith during the mid 1980's in Evanston, IL.
Who hunged my last beer? Fuckin' hungers!
I was trippin' so hard that I forgot to lock the car and somebody hunged all my CDs.
We had shitty tickets for the show, so we hunged up to the front row.
Allison, don't be such a hunger, I bought this keg. You could at least give me a hummer to even it up.