Definitions for spunkspʌŋk

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

spunkspʌŋk(n.)

  1. pluck; spirit; mettle.

  2. tinder; touchwood; punk.

Origin of spunk:

1530–40; obscurely akin to funk spark, touchwood, punk1

Princeton's WordNet

  1. kindling, tinder, touchwood, spunk, punk(noun)

    material for starting a fire

  2. heart, mettle, nerve, spunk(noun)

    the courage to carry on

    "he kept fighting on pure spunk"; "you haven't got the heart for baseball"

Wiktionary

  1. spunk(Noun)

    A spark.

  2. spunk(Noun)

    Touchwood; tinder.

  3. spunk(Noun)

    Courage; spirit; mettle; determination.

  4. spunk(Noun)

    An attractive person (normally male).

  5. spunk(Noun)

    Male ejaculate; semen.

  6. spunk(Verb)

    to ejaculate

Webster Dictionary

  1. Spunk(noun)

    wood that readily takes fire; touchwood; also, a kind of tinder made from a species of fungus; punk; amadou

  2. Spunk(noun)

    an inflammable temper; spirit; mettle; pluck; as, a man of spunk

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