"conk" Definition

  1. a nose. Possibly from the _Latin_, CONCHA, a shell. _Greek_, κόγχη—hence anything hollow. Somewhat of a parallel may be found in the _Latin_, TESTA, an earthenware pot, a shell, and in later _Latin_, a _skull_; from whence the _French_ TESTE, or TÊTE, head. CONKY, having a projecting or remarkable nose. The first Duke of Wellington was frequently termed “Old CONKY” in satirical papers and caricatures.

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Position in the dictionary: 749 of 4022 slang words.
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