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Definition of a duncle

duncle

noun

  • both the father and uncle of a child, due to siblings giving birth to a child. From "dad" + "uncle".
    Kid: Ma, can I have a dip of your Skoal?

    Mother: I'm out, go ask you duncle.

    Kid: Where is he?

    Mother: Out in the garage with your brosin.

    Last edited on Mar 18 2014. Submitted by DARKYCREEPS from Phoenix, AZ, USA on Mar 18 2014.

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