- a person; fellow.
Origin of gink
Examples from the Web for ginks
Historical Examples of ginks
That is if you ginks are picked out to go with me in the plane.Secrets of the Andes
James H. Foster
And I don't believe these ginks in the mines have electric searchlights to lug around with them!The Call of the Beaver Patrol
V. T. Sherman
"But the ginks on the mountain will pick us off pretty lively as we hit the trail down the slope here," said a thoughtful voice.The Bells of San Juan
I would give a good round sum for a real first-class thunderstorm; and, by ginks!In Search of El Dorado
Ar'nold of Benthuysen, disguised as a beggar, and called "Ginks."Character Sketches of Romance, Fiction and the Drama, Vol 1
The Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D.
- slang a man or boy, esp one considered to be odd
Word Origin for gink
- a look, especially a brief one, at somethinɡ