This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word podunk
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
any small, insignificant, or inaccessible town.
Origin of Podunk:
1660–70; generic use of Podunk, village near Hartford, Ct.
Mythical small town of no importance.
In American English, Podunk, podunk, or Podunk Hollow denotes or describes a place of small size or "suburb", and is often used in the upper case as a placeholder name in a context of dismissing significance or importance.
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