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  • Honky - Wikipedia

    Honky (also spelled honkie or sometimes honkey) is a derogatory term for white people, predominantly heard in the United States. The first recorded use of "honky" in ...

  • Urban Dictionary: honky

    a derogatory term for a Caucasian person. there are three main theories for the origin of the word: 1. the word originated from the practice of white males wishing to ...

  • Honky | Define Honky at

    Honky definition, a contemptuous term used to refer to a white person. See more.

  • Honky | Definition of Honky by Merriam-Webster

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  • Rolling Stones-Honky Tonk Woman - YouTube

    I met a gin soaked, bar-room queen in Memphis, She tried to take me upstairs for a ride. She had to heave me right across her shoulder 'Cause I just can't ...

  • Urban Dictionary: honkey

    derogatory noun for a white person Several definitions provided for honkey/honky can be reconciled considering the likely subversive evolution of this term.

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  • Honkey | Define Honkey at

    Word Origin and History for honkey honky. n. also honkey, derogatory slang word for "white person," by 1967, black slang, of unknown origin, perhaps from late 19c.

  • Honky - definition of honky by The Free Dictionary

    hon·ky or hon·kie also hon·key (hông′kē, hŏng′-) n. pl. hon·kies also hon·keys Offensive Slang Used as a disparaging term for a white person. [Possibly ...

  • Honky-tonk - Wikipedia

    A honky-tonk (also called honkatonk, honkey-tonk, or tonk) is both a bar that provides country music for the entertainment of its patrons and the style of music ...

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