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Meaning drunk, inebriated, intoxicated in the Afrikaans language which is widely spoken in South Africa. The term is used by both English and Afrikaans speakers.
He was very dronk after drinking lots of beer.
by Ruffian May 26, 2007
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Phrase meaning that a deceased cannot rest in peace until society changes due to the circumstances of a death.
People said rest in power for the unarmed man had been shot by the police.
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Verb (dronking-dronka)
When you, by means of extrapolating your penis from your trousers, slap the person (either asleep or not asleep) across the cheek with it.
This is done to show your authority and to exercise the right to show the length of your member
"Oh my gosh, i just got dronked in the face... that's butters!"
by finNIKy January 27, 2004
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(Noun) One who is drinking has drank, is drunk, and will drink more. Enabling a fourth tense, that works for any tense, when you are simply too inebriated to realize how the english language works.
You: "man is steve dronk! Look at him go!" friend: "I think you mean drUnk buddy" You: "Steve can't be yet drunk as he is still drinking, and will probably still drink more."
by Alokin June 11, 2015
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an inebriated attempt at the word drunk on a qwerty-style personal mobile device like a blackberry. The K is capitalized because when you hold down a letter on a blackberry, it becomes upper-case. Accidental capitalization is super-easy to do when you're wasted.
text messages:
-hey wat r u doing tonite?
-I've been at Study Hall for a few hours, and I'm dronK
-this meetings gonna get out real late, but ill join u after it
-Man, why did I have those shots of tequila????v
by Matt |2 June 17, 2011
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the act of spilling one's drink upon a surface and then preceding to lick the spilled liquid from said surface
dave: *spills his drink* "oh how clumsy of me"
zarah: "well.. are you gonna dronk that or what!?"
by d and z July 03, 2009
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You're drunk and you tried to say drunk. Can also be used as a verb meaning he/she has been drinking, and the narrator is drunk as well.
Dooode...I'm not dronk!
Brooh...He vary dronk.
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by NoNumber@Email.Fuck June 03, 2018
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