Main definitions of poon in English

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poon1

noun

Australian informal
  • A simple or foolish person.

    ‘what possessed her to shack up with a poon like you?’
    idiot, ass, halfwit, nincompoop, blockhead, buffoon, dunce, dolt, ignoramus, cretin, imbecile, dullard, moron, simpleton, clod

Origin

1940s origin unknown.

Pronunciation

poon

/puːn/

Main definitions of poon in English

: poon1poon2poon3poon4

poon2

verb

[with object]Australian informal poon up
  • Dress in such a way as to attract attention, typically with sexual success in view.

    ‘it was not often he got himself pooned up like this but he was heading off to Sydney’

Origin

1940s of unknown origin.

Pronunciation

poon

/puːn/

Main definitions of poon in English

: poon1poon2poon3poon4

poon3

noun

short for poontang
  • ‘I have to say, the ones that are sober are freaky in their own ways, they have their own obsessive habits, they're either chasing too much poon, or always buying clothes, or into the incredibly boring habit of working out all the time.’
  • ‘Barbara - putting on the erotic, evocative nom de poon of ‘Brandy ‘- has her own private apartment where she entertains the dregs of white collar America.’’
  • ‘Having been surrounded by sweaty, stinky dudes for the last few weeks, he is desperate for some poon.’
  • ‘This mutt-ugly ruler just wants someone to love, so she keeps our easily manipulated muscleman hopped up on poor memory potion and poon.’
  • ‘Just because I'm a whore doesn't mean it's that easy to get poon out of me.’
  • ‘I hope the poon is pretty sweet up there fellas, because nobody's got much cause to celebrate down here.’
  • ‘Besides, I totally know that you're a poon hound.’

Pronunciation

poon

/puːn/

Main definitions of poon in English

: poon1poon2poon3poon4

poon4

noun

  • A large Indo-Malaysian evergreen tree of the genus Calophyllum.

Origin

From Tamil puṉṉai.

Pronunciation

poon

/puːn/