A domesticated hoofed mammal of the horse family with long ears and a braying call, used as a beast of burden; an ass
A stupid or foolish person
the symbol of the Democratic Party; introduced in cartoons by Thomas Nast in 1874
domestic ass: domestic beast of burden descended from the African wild ass; patient but stubborn
The donkey or ass, Equus africanus asinus, is a domesticated member of the Equidae or horse family. The wild ancestor of the donkey is the African Wild Ass, E. africanus. In the western United States, a small donkey is sometimes called a '''' (from the Spanish word for the animal).
Donkey is the second album of Brazilian electro/rock band CSS, released on July 21, 2008. Seventeen songs were recorded at Trama Studios São Paulo, of which eleven appear on the album. Donkey follows their critically acclaimed debut album Cansei de Ser Sexy.
Donkey (Kenjac) is a Croatian drama film directed by Antonio Nuic. It was released in 2009. It was successful at the Pula Film Festival.
Donkey is a fictional talking donkey from the Shrek series of films and he serves as the deuteragonist of the films, voiced by Eddie Murphy. The character also featured in the original story Shrek!. He currently has five Dronkey children, with his wife, Dragon.
The Donkey is a German fairy tale collected by Brothers Grimm by Grimm's Fairy Tales.
(The Donkeys) "Lions led by donkeys" is a phrase popularly used to describe the British infantry of the First World War and to condemn the generals who commanded them. The contention is that the brave soldiers (lions) were sent to their deaths by incompetent and indifferent leaders (donkeys). ...
A domestic animal, Equus asinus, similar to a horse; A stubborn person; A fool; A small auxiliary engine, also called donkey engine
(Donkeys) Rupert owns two donkeys, called Shakespeare and Pandora
(Donkeys) appear in "Gohan's Hidden Powers".
(The Donkeys) (2007) Indidog Records
A listener or friend of the show. Usually male.
English word meaning "a little dun animal".
a.k.a - donk -- a weak player who doesn't realize how bad they are
Derisive term for section man; small auxiliary engine
Is it just us or does it seem as though the only players who actually use the term donkey to refer to anyone is actually the biggest donkey of all? Just sayin'.
n. An unknowledgeable and thoughtless player.
an insult for a player who is playing badly but thinks s/he is playing well.
A machine used to fretsaw out designs; much used in the manufacture of motifs.
1. silly, obstinate or foolish person; fool. 2. a cigarette that is lit from another cigarette.
Derogatory term attributed to a bad player, generally one who will bet, raise and call without a hand of value or potential. Overused by some players even if they are genuinely overtaken in a hand.
Whether well-intending or not, most donkeys end up being very foolish. The best of them are gentle as well, while the worst add stubbornness to their foolishness, and can be rather abrasive. But good or bad, they are all rather hungry rather often.
Players refer to bad players as donkeys. They are usually inexperienced or beginner players.
An opponent who plays poorly and seems to be throwing his money away. This is the current term for a pigeon, a sucker or a fish.