Definitions for twink

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Webster Dictionary

  1. Twink(verb)

    to twinkle

  2. Twink(noun)

    a wink; a twinkling

  3. Twink(noun)

    the chaffinch

Freebase

  1. Twink

    John Charles Edward Alder, better known as Twink, is an English drummer, singer and songwriter who was a central figure in the English psychedelic movement, and an actor.

The New Hacker's Dictionary

  1. twink

    1. [Berkeley] A clue-repellant user; the next step beyond a clueless one. 2. [UCSC] A read-only user. Also reported on the Usenet group soc.motss; may derive from gay slang for a cute young thing with nothing upstairs (compare mainstream ‘chick’). 3. On MU* systems that specialize in role-playing, refers to behavior of a (usually inexperienced) player that either ignores rules or social convention, or disrupts the natural flow of a scene to show off super powers. We are informed that in Indian country, the term twink generally refers to blondes into generic ‘Native American spirituality’. Signs include Indian jewelry with MADE IN THAILAND stamped on it, crystals, Clairol black hair, wearing swimsuits to powwows, Cherokee princess grandmas, a love of Dances with Wolves, and a fear of AIM and the NCAI. The twink nature is everywhere.

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