Definitions for younkerˈyʌŋ kər

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

youn•kerˈyʌŋ kər(n.)

  1. a youngster.

  2. Obs. a young noble or gentleman.

Origin of younker:

1495–1505; < MD jonchere=joncyoung+here lord

Princeton's WordNet

  1. young person, youth, younker, spring chicken(noun)

    a young person (especially a young man or boy)

Wiktionary

  1. younker(Noun)

    a young man; a lad, youngster

  2. younker(Noun)

    a young gentleman or knight

  3. younker(Noun)

    a novice; a simpleton; a dupe

  4. younker(Noun)

    junker

  5. Origin: From joncker (Dutch jonker, jonkheer), a compound equivalent to jong + here. Compare junker.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Younker(adj)

    a young person; a stripling; a yonker

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