Ceŋkø was a Slovakian Hvetshran clan, originally located days travelling southeast of Bratislava. It however moved later on to Austria or northern Italy. Ceŋkø is the suspected cause of a number of untracable disappearances in World War II. The Hvetshran probably considered the soldiers' movements as a threat towards them.
Ceŋkø is estimated to exist since the seventh or eighth century as a collection of Hvetshran passing through the region in different directions. Before that, they most likely were also present in the region around Bratislava, however with barely more than a dozen of members.