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Noun, Verb (usu participle)


  •  the head.  [PJC]
  •  a blow to the head.  [PJC]
conkv. t. 
     to hit on the head; as, to conk someone on the head with a pipe.  [PJC]


conk, v.intr. (usu. foll. by out) colloq.
1 (of a machine etc.) break down.
2 (of a person) become exhausted and give up; faint; die.

conk, n. & v. sl.
1 a the nose. b the head.
2 a a punch on the nose or head. b a blow.
--v.tr. punch on the nose; hit on the head etc.

19th c.: perh. = conch



beak, beezer, belfry, cash in, check out, chump, croak, decease, defrauder, diddler, die, dome, gyp, head, headpiece, hit, kick in, kick off, knock, lick, noddle, noggin, noodle, pass, pass away, pecker, poll, pop off, proboscis, rap, schnozzle, sharper, sharpie, shill, smeller, snitch, snoot, snout, swat, swipe, trickster, wipe

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