怯懦, 恐惧, 臭味, 恐怖
畏缩, 害怕, 使闻到臭味
People funk Einstein among the wnrld's great scientists.
Blue Funk's new hit has had good ratings in the charts.
If I were you, I should be in a funk myself.
I had been in a blue funk, when the shocking news reached me.
Just the thought of travelling by air puts me in a blue funk.
The word Funk
Perhaps one of the most interesting words in the English language today is the word FUNK. It's the magical word which just by its sound can describe pain, pleasure, hate and love.
Funk takes its name from the German word 'Ficken', which means 'to strike'.
In language, Funk falls into many grammatical categories. It can be used as a verb; both transative (John funked Mary) and intransative (Mary was funked by John). As an adverb (Mary is funking well interested in John) and as a noun (Mary is a fine funk). Also as an objective (Mary is funking great). As you can see there are not many words with the same versatality as the word funk.
Besides the sexual meaning, there are also the following:
Aggression - Funk you!
Confusion - What the funk?
Despair - Funked again!
Difficulty - I can't understand this funking mess
Disbelief - Unfunking believable
Disgust - Funk me
Dismay - Oh, funk it!
Displeasure - What the funk is going on here?
Enjoyment - This is funking great
Exasperation - For funks sake
Fraud - I got funked at the used car lot
Greeting - How the funk are you?
Hostility - I'm going to knock your funking head off
Ignorance - Funked if I know
Incompetence - What a funk up
Lost - Where the funk are we?
Numerology - Sixty-funkin-nine
Philosophy - Who gives a funk?
Rebellion - Funk it!
Request - Get the funk out of here
Retaliation - Up your funking ass!
Satisfaction - Funk me again!
Surprise - Well I'll be funked
Suspicion - What the funk are you doing?
Trouble - I guess I'm funked now
A closing - yours funkingly
A poker hand - A royal funk
A political statement - Funk Clinton!
A political statement (Aussie) - Funk Pauline!
A put down - Funk off, buster!