- The definition of dank is very wet and cold.
- An example of something dank is a bog.
- An example of something dank is a very wet cold morning.
disagreeably damp; moist and chilly
Origin of dankMiddle English akin to Old Norse dǫkk, marshy area, Swedish dialect, dialectal dunken, moist ; from Indo-European an unverified form dhengwo- ; from base an unverified form dhem: see damp
Disagreeably damp or humid: a dank cave.
Origin of dankMiddle English, probably of Scandinavian origin.
(third-person singular simple present danks, present participle danking, simple past and past participle danked)
(comparative danker, superlative dankest)
- D. Kan., NKDA