1. to work as a prostitute.
|in Pills to Purge Melancholy VI 212: We scorn to Punk, or to be drunk.|
2. to engage in anal intercourse; to sodomize; thus get punked v., to be anally raped.
|letter in Charters (1993) 194: The desk copper leered and asked if we punked each other.|
|Thief’s Primer 176: I know that he doesn’t like getting punked, but it’s gone so far now that he’s scared to say anything about it.|
|Bad (1995) 45: Everyone in the crew punked this poor guy.|
|Runnin’ Down Some Lines 250: punk v. Engage in anal intercourse.|
|Prison Sl. 60: Punk […] is also used as a verb. To punk someone is to sexually penetrate him.|
|Right As Rain 50: Prison life was okay if you could avoid getting punked.|
|Drama City 127: ‘You punked him,’ said Butler with imagination.|
3. to beat up severely.
|Tattoo the Wicked Cross (1981) 332: How about a good punking?|
|Ebonics Primer at www.dolemite.com [Internet] punk Definition: 2. the act of inflicting severe physical harm upon another person to the point of unconsciousness and/or immobility. Example: Hey muthafuckah, you best get da’ fuck outta my face with yo pussy-ass, bullshit befo’ I straight punk yo ass.|
4. to become pregnant.
|‘Simon Says’ [lyrics] We’re not like Jack or stupid Jill / Before we get punked we’ll take the pill.|
5. (US black) to criticize, to insult.
|Central Sl. 42: punkin’ around A situation where one attempts to embarrass another in front of a woman so as to make himself look better.|
|College Sl. Research Project (Cal. State Poly. Uni., Pomona) [Internet] Punk (verb) To put down; to let down; to dis; to insult.|
|Wire ser. 1 ep. 3 [TV script] You ain’t gotta punk him like that.‘The Buys’|
|Wire ser. 3 ep. 2 [TV script] ‘I thought he punked me, so I did what i had to do.’ ‘Which was?’ ‘Lit him up’.‘All Due Respect’|
|Pain Killers 90: Oh shit, Rev’s punkin’ an old man.|
6. (also punk out) to make someone into an acquiescent weakling.
|White Boy Shuffle 169: Just when you let yourself go, your lover slips his finger into your anus and you’re punked for life.|
|Corner (1998) 104: Ronnie punking Gee in the middle of Monroe Street. Dag.|
|(con. 1986) Sweet Forever 45: He had to act tough because if you didn’t those other boys would take you for bad and punk you out.|
|Night Gardener 39: Punk ’em now, and they won’t have the mind to rise up later on.|
7. (US campus) to trick, to tease.
|Campus Sl. Nov. 6: punk – play a trick or joke on someone.|
8. (US teen) to steal.
|Teen Lingo: The Source for Youth Ministry [Internet] punk (v.) Steal or take something. ‘Did you punk the last ding-dong?’ ‘I heard Gena’s car got punked.’.|
9. see punk out v. (1)