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Also, a polish/german reference to a person with a poor sense of manner or appearence (ie white trash). Usually displays junk cars etc on front yard, house in shambles, kids without shoes.
those people down the block are a bunch of honyaks.
by django43 March 25, 2009
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Paper product used as a barrier against unwanted messes, such as the liner at the bottom of a bird cage.
Please put a New York Times under that before it gets all over the place.
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Low-class person who values neither social graces nor kindness.

From the Ukrainian word гоняк, Slovak "honjak", and Bavarian German "Honjak", all of which originally meant "bloodthirsty pursuer" as a deprecative of the word for "Hun". The word is a relic of the Hunnish invasions of Central Europe.
Max, don't hang around those honyaks. All they'll do for you is get you in trouble.
by davarinofuntucson March 23, 2020
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Close to Hoser in meaning. Used to address friends or familiar people. Likely originated in Southeastern Canada or Maine in the US.
by wheaty May 27, 2005
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My Junior High School coach called us honyaks.
When I asked him what it means, he told me that a honyak is 10 pounds of horse poop in a six pound bag!
He used a pithier word for horse poop.
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