bloke n : a man who is (usually) old and/or eccentric [syn: geezer]
EtymologyFirst known usage 1851. Origins unknown. Hypotheses iclude:
- blōk, /bləʊk/, /bl@Uk/
- Rhymes: -əʊk
- In the context of "Australian English|UK|South African English|slang": A man (usually in the sense: the typical ‘man on the street’, an ordinary, down-to-earth man, often stressing manhood in a very physical sense)
Bloke is a slang term referring to a man.
Bloke may also refer to:
Adamite, bastard, being, bird, body, boy, buck, bugger, cat, chap, character, creature, customer, duck, earthling, feller, fellow, gee, gent, gentleman, groundling, guy, hand, he, head, homo, human, human being, individual, jasper, joker, lad, life, living soul, man, mortal, nose, one, party, person, personage, personality, single, somebody, someone, soul, stud, tellurian, terran, worldling