boyo

[boi-oh]
noun, plural boyos. Irish English, Australian Informal.
boy; lad.
Also, boy-o.


Origin:
1865–70; boy + -o

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boyo (ˈbɔɪəʊ)
 
n
informal (Brit) a boy or young man: often used in direct address
 
[from Irish and Welsh]

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Example sentences
We never really had the one over the other thing when the boyo was younger.
Boyo brought home the send out addresses postcards home this year.
For reasons known only to him dado decided to weigh teh dogs today since the boyo entered them into the program.
If you look at every bad intention with it, yes you waterboarding boyo, nano-tech was going to happen.
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