hunky

2

or hunk·ie

[huhng-kee]
noun, plural hunk·ies. (sometimes initial capital letter) Slang: Extremely Disparaging and Offensive.
  1. a contemptuous term used to refer to a person of Hungarian or Slavic descent, especially an unskilled or semiskilled worker.

Origin of hunky

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1895–1900; perhaps Hung(arian) (with devoicing of -g-, influenced by hunk) + -y2; cf. bohunk
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Examples from the Web for hunkie

Historical Examples of hunkie

  • All I do know is that you taught her to be good to Hunkie—Dinney said so.

    Gloria and Treeless Street

    Annie Hamilton Donnell

  • Dinney and Hunkie escorted Gloria to the end of the street and back.

    Gloria and Treeless Street

    Annie Hamilton Donnell

  • And there was Sal's mother in the background, and then came Dinney and Hunkie.

    Gloria and Treeless Street

    Annie Hamilton Donnell

  • A Hunkie who has been hunked in Illinois Steel makes a lot of strictly corporation trouble.

  • The hunkie kid, the ex-football player who had become a big commercial and industrial baron of the Belt.

    The Planet Strappers

    Raymond Zinke Gallun