What Makes Up the Name: chronic + drunk or crazy + drunk or crack + drunk

Take your pick, you can all get crunk how ever you want. This one is a prime example of how you can take two words, put them together and it takes on the combined characteristics of the original words and then you can take that new word and makes it mean nothing at all by commercializing the hell out of it and then buy a $500,000 "Crunk Ain't Dead" necklace to say that what you killed isn't dead.

Origin: Merriam-Webster has it's first known use in the year 2000.