Tonk

Tonk as a place may refer to:

  • Tonk, India
  • Tonk, Pakistan

Tonk as a person may refer to:

  • Yash Tonk, Indian actor

Tonk may also refer to:

  • Tonk (card game)
  • Tonk, an expression within logic - see logical harmony
  • Tonk, (abbr) short for Tonkinese, a breed of cat - see Tonkinese_(cat)
  • Honky-tonk, a type of bar with musical entertainment

T.O.N.K. as an acronym refers to The/Their/Traveler's Origin Not Known

Other articles related to "tonk":

Chandlai
... Chandlai (Hindi चंदलाई) is a village in Tonk district of Rajasthan, India ... It is located at Latitude 26.68 Longitude 75.88 with Elevation 333 (meters) ...
Tonk, India - Demographics
... In the 2001 Indian census, Tonk had a population of 135,663 ... Tonk has an average literacy rate of 53%, lower than the national average of 59.5% male literacy is 63%, and female literacy is 43% ... In Tonk, 18% of the population is under 6 years of age ...
Tonk District
... Tonk District is a district of the state of Rajasthan in western India ... The city of Tonk is the administrative headquarters of the district ...
Traditional Country Music - Second Generation (1930s–1940s) - Honky Tonk
... It became known as honky tonk and had its roots in Western swing and the ranchera music of Mexico and the border states, particularly Texas, together with the blues of the American South ... too much and to go right on ordering the whiskey." East Texan Al Dexter had a hit with "Honky Tonk Blues," and seven years later "Pistol Packin' Mama" ... These "honky tonk" songs associated barrooms, were performed by the likes of Ernest Tubb, Kitty Wells (the first major female country solo singer), Ted Daffan, Floyd Tillman, and the ...
Allgemeiner Deutscher Musikverein - End of The ADMV
... During the Tonkünstler-Fest, now being called Tonkünstler-Versammlung again, of that year in Dortmund, the "Reichsministerium für Volksaufklärung und Propaganda" (Ministry for the Enlightening of the People and ... In 1936, at the Tonkünstler-Versammlung in Leipzig, Raabe read out a letter to the general assembly of the ADMV ... He also assured them that future Tonkünstler-Feste would be as marvellous as the Nazi Rallies in Nuremberg ...