dronk, adjective

Origin:
Afrikaans
colloquial
Drunk.
1983 M. Du Plessis State of Fear 135I suppose I’m talking nonsense really, I’m a bietjie dronk, you see.
1986 Informant, East LondonYou should have seen how dronk he was last night.
1987 L. Beake Strollers 10A man was taking photographs with a polaroid camera. Shy teenage girls giggled at him from behind their hands and a dronk bergie shouted comments.
1990 Weekend Post 19 May 5Arrogant, racist, skelm or dronk? White, coloured and black postgraduate students..listed these opinions about each other at the stereotype reduction course...Coloureds: skelm, dronk, unreliable, hostile, crude, jolly, outgoing, in an unfortunate position, funny.
Drunk.
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