1. n. a person of East Asian (including Japanese) nationality or descent; originally a person of Chinese nationality or descent. (Much use during the Vietnam War for the Vietnamese. Rude and derogatory.)
He said he fought against dinks in the war.
2. n. the penis, especially a small one. (Usually objectionable.)
God, Fred, you really got a dink. Is it full grown yet?
3. AND DINK n. double income, no kids; a (young) married couple with two incomes and no children. (Acronym.)
The whole neighborhood is populated by dinks. Not a single child on the block.
Most dinks are young. Older couples whose children are grown up are just called old.

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