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bhoy

Etymology 1 n. 1 (context dialect West Coast Scottish Irish English) boy. 2 A tough, a thug. Etymology 2

interj. (context dated fandom slang jocular English) Exclamation of surprise, pleasure or longing. n. (context dated fandom slang jocular English) boy.

Usage examples of "bhoy".

But the Bottle o’ Goibniu has been lyin‘ around here collectin dust and stories and here ye are, my bhoy, for ten American dollars, and what do ye intend doin with it?

But tell me, Sorr”—he lowered his voice to a confidential rumble—“fwhat's this I hear that ye have yer bhoy wid ye?

Instead of wastin' your time accusin' this bhoy, you ought to be gettin' out indictments for these five pirates.

  It seems to me—­correct me if I am wrong—­that you have been and gone and done it, me broth av a bhoy.

It seems to me—correct me if I am wrong—that you have been and gone and done it, me broth av a bhoy.

Don't fergit that ye'rethe O'Keefe an' I say it again all the bhoys are wid ye.

Don't fergit that ye're the O'Keefe— an' I say it again all the bhoys are wid ye.