boink
transitive verb Etymology: boink, boing, interjections imitative of a reverberating sound Date: 1987 sometimes vulgar to copulate with

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  • Boink — (engl.: flachlegen ) ist der Titel eines Erotikmagazins, das in Eigenregie von Studenten der Boston University in den USA herausgegeben wird. Die Magazine „H Bomb“ (Harvard University, USA) und Boink waren die ersten „On Campus“ Erotikmagazine… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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  • boink — (boingk) Vulgar Slang v. boinked, boink·ing, boinks v. tr. To have sexual intercourse with. v. intr. To engage in sexual intercourse.   [From boink, imitative of bumping or bouncing.] * * * …   Universalium

  • boink — have sex with, the sex act, slang by c.2000, perhaps an alteration of BONK (Cf. bonk) in its popular sexual sense. Related: Boinked; boinking …   Etymology dictionary

  • boink — verb Sexual intercourse. Coitus …   Wiktionary

  • boink — vb American to have sex (with), fuck. A 1980s variation of bonk, sufficiently inoffensive to be used in TV series such as Moonlighting …   Contemporary slang

  • boink — v. (Vulgar Slang) engage in sexual intercourse; have sexual intercourse with someone …   English contemporary dictionary

  • boink — verb &noun N. Amer. variant spelling of bonk …   English new terms dictionary

  • boink — v. have sexual intercourse with someone …   English slang

  • boink — tv. & in. to copulate [with] someone. (Usually objectionable.) □ He said he boinked her twice …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

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