Main definitions of ronuk in US English:

: Ronuk1ronuk2

Ronuk1

noun

historical
  • A make of polish (formerly a trademark); specifically a brand of floor polish.

Origin

Late 19th century; earliest use found in The Trade Marks Journal. Apparently from Urdu ronaq lustre (or its cognate in a related language) from Persian raunaq from Arabic raunaq, all in the same sense.

Main definitions of ronuk in US English:

: Ronuk1ronuk2

ronuk2

verb

historical
  • with object To polish with Ronuk.

Origin

Early 20th century. From Ronuk.

Pronunciation

ronuk

/ˈrɒnʌk/