Etymology
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younker

c. 1500, "young nobleman," from Middle Dutch jonckher (Dutch jonker), from jonc "young" (see young (adj.)) + here "lord, master" (see Herr). Compare junker.

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Definitions of younker

younker (n.)
a young person (especially a young man or boy);
Synonyms: young person / youth / spring chicken
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