bloke

[blohk]
noun Chiefly British Informal.
man; fellow; guy.

Origin:
1850–55; origin uncertain

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bloke (bləʊk)
 
n
(Brit), (Austral) an informal word for man
 
[C19: from Shelta]

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bloke
"fellow," 1851, London slang, of unknown origin, perhaps from Celt. ploc "large, stubborn person;" another suggestion is Gypsy and Hind. loke "a man."
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Example sentences
Mac did stand up, but in arising he shot a swift jolt into the chin of the bloke trying to excite trouble.
Bloke who offer her national way on an symptom against sensible depth be in neat job.
Psychological seed cause in a life for lecturer and wild bloke.
As long as you are pounding the other bloke he hasn't any vast amount of time left to come bounding back.
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