Names. honyock (plural honyocks) (US, slang) A person (primarily a farmer) with a relatively new agricultural origin from Central or Eastern Europe. (US, slang, sometimes derogatory) A foolish, stupid, lame, wild, driving or stubborn person.
I have heard the word “honyaker” (spelling unknown) many times, which I used 5060 years ago in my youth in Nebraska. The word was used as a soft term to describe a person who was a bit of a bitch, a villain, or a nerdowell.
Yes, that’s a bad word. It means fuck. People in Poland often use it as a coma or bereavement. I also use it as a coma, bad habit.
A rube is a country goat or an inexperienced and inexperienced person. Rube is also a nickname, often, but not necessarily, from Ruben or Ruben.
I hope someone. Destroy plans, disappointment or disillusionment. His fall, for example, destroyed hopes for a gold medal. This term uses hyphens to denote destruction, a use that survives only in this term. [
A dine and run is a form of deception in which a patron saint orders and consumes food and drinks at a restaurant or similar venue with the intent of not paying.
Hi Ruben! is a slang term most commonly used in the United States by circuses and traveling carnival workers (Carnies) and originated in the mid 19th century. It is a call to war or a cry for help used by showmen in battle with aliens.
Rube (n), a tough and inexperienced person.
Yes, Rube is in the Scrabble dictionary.
(English / Polish)
Definition of Poland. : People of Polish origin living outside Poland.