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Definition of hawn yawka

hawn yawker

noun

  • Used to describe one who is thought of as a dimwit, hillbilly. A derogatory term.

    Synonyms: Village Idiot, heathen

    Example sentence:
    That hawn yawker doesn't have a living brain cell left in his head.

    Last edited on Dec 13 2014. Submitted by Sanoma from Kansas City, MO, USA on Dec 13 2014.

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