- plural form of flunkey (alternative spelling of flunkies).
Variant of flunky
- a liveried manservant: term of contempt
- a person who obeys superiors in a servile, cringing way
- ☆ a person with very minor or menial tasks
Origin of flunkyorigin, originally Scottish ; from uncertain or unknown; perhaps French flanquer, to flank, be at the side of, as to render aid ; from Old French flanc, flank
Also sp. flunkey