- your guess is as good as mine,
- yourcenar, marguerite,
Origin of younker
Examples from the Web for younker
I was then a younker, and went out with the Delawares, because I know'd they were a scandalized and wronged race.The Last of the Mohicans|James Fenimore Cooper
If there be a bear to be baited at Kenilworth Green, who so sure to be there as this younker.William Shakespeare as he lived.|Henry Curling
Wal, younker, if you've no 'bjection you can lay down and snooze till morning.Two Boys in Wyoming|Edward S. Ellis
I may have undervalued the skill of the younker but, as to his years, there can be no great mistake.The Red Rover|James Fenimore Cooper
There's something in your younker faceThat even ghosts should find disarming.
Word Origin for younker
c.1500, "young nobleman," from Middle Dutch jonckher (Dutch jonker), from jonc "young" + here "lord, master." Cf. junker.