1.(n.)An unseen energy or force said to be the basis of all music creativity. From pre-macedonian lore related to those that are deeply driven by musical ambition.
by MarkFive September 04, 2006
sound emitted from a guitar when striking the string with the pick at a slight angle: as opposed to striking with the pick aligned parallel to the string. Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top uses this technique a lot. Two good samples of this are the songs Lagrange and Squank.
by motorpro October 28, 2006
The aroma left in the air after a long, steamy night of churning love milk into lust butter until it develops into a foaming stew of forbidden gravy!
by E. C. DeCow August 27, 2012
Referring to a young man, homosexual in nature, who has a strong love of computers and programming, but is physically disabled. "Squank" can also refer to the noise that someone would make if they don't get their way in life.
by Swedish_Born March 25, 2017
A lot of nothing. Anything that has no use or worth. Wasted space or effort both can be considered squank.
She rolled the dice needing a one or five to win, but she rolled a three. She rolled squank or that was a squank roll.
by BitchPuddingCME November 15, 2016
by derekm420 March 07, 2008