1. pojat (innostusta ilmaiseva huudahdus)


Oh, 'boy'! Oh, 'boy'! — Voi 'pojat'!

Liittyvät sanat: son



alttaripoika, pallopoika, mailapoika, jätkä, kaveri, kundi, pentu, poika, julli, poju, poikaseni, mies, aikuinen mies.

Liittyvät sanat: boyfriend, boysenmarja.

Rimmaavat sanat

boy rimmaa näiden kanssa:

cowboy, playboy...

Katso kaikki

Englannin sanakirja

boy (englanti > suomi)

  1. poika

boy englanniksi

  1. A young male, (defdate) particularly

  2. Kate is dating a boy named Jim.

  3. 1440, Promptorium Parvulorum, 35:

  4. Bye or boye: Bostio.
  5. 1535, w:Coverdale Bible|Bible (Coverdale), Book of Zechariah|Zechariah, Chapter VIII, Verse 5:

  6. The streets stretes of the city citie shall shalbe full of young yonge boyes and damsels damselles...
  7. 1711 March 7, w:Jonathan Swift|Jonathan Swift, Journal, line 208:

  8. I find I was mistaken in the sex, 'tis a boy.
  9. 1812, w:Lord Byron|Lord Byron, w:Childe Harold|Childe Harold, Canto II, xxiii, 72:

  10. Ah! happy years! once more who would not be a boy?
  11. A male child or teenager, as distinguished from infants or adults.

  12. 1876, Frances Eliza Millett Notley, The Kiddle-a-Wink, "A Tale of Love", page 169:

  13. "He is not quite a baby, Alfred," said Ellen, "though he is only a big stupid boy. We have made him miserable enough. Let us leave him alone."
  14. puhekieltä A male child: a son of any age.

  15. (w)

  16. My only boy fell by the side of great Dundee.
  17. puhekieltä A male of any age, particularly one rather younger than the speaker. (defdate)

  18. puhekieltä A male of low station, (especially as pejorative) a worthless male, a wretch; a mean and dishonest male, a knave. (defdate)

  19. 1608, (w), (w), Act I Scene 4:

  20. Dost thou call me fool, boy?
  21. puhekieltä A male servant, slave, assistant, or employee, (defdate) particularly:

  22. c. 1300, King Horn, line 1075:

  23. the þe boye hit scholde abugge; Horn threw þreu him over ouer the þe brigge.
  24. 1973, w:Thomas Pynchon|Thomas Pynchon, w:Gravitys Rainbow|Gravity's Rainbow'', i, 37:

  25. ‘Why does he go out and pinch all his dogs in person? He's an administrator, isn't he? Wouldn't he hire a boy or something?’
    ‘We call them “staff”,’ Roger replies.
  26. A younger such worker.

  27. 1721, Penelope Aubin, The Life of Madam de Beaumount, ii, 36:

  28. I resolved to continue in the Cave, with my two Servants, my Maid, and a Boy, whom I had brought from France.
  29. puhekieltä A non-white male servant regardless of age, (defdate) particularly as a form of address.

  30. 1625, W. Hawkins in Samuel Purchas, Hakluytus Posthumus or Purchas his Pilgrimes, Vol. I, iii, vii, 211:

  31. My Boy Stephen Grauener.
  32. 1834, Edward Markham, New Zealand or Recollections of It, 72:

  33. They picked out two of the strongest of the Boys (as they call the Men) about the place.
  34. 1876, Ebenezer Thorne, The Queen of the Colonies, or, Queensland as I Knew It, 58:

  35. The blacks who work on a station or farm are always, like the blacks in the Southern States, called boys.
  36. 1907 May 13, N.Y. Evening Post, 6:

  37. In Shanghai, The register clerk assigns you to a room, and instead of ‘Front!’ he shouts ‘Boy!’
  38. 1960 February 5, Northern Territory News, 5/5:

  39. Aborigine Wally... described himself as ‘number one boy’ at the station.
  40. puhekieltä A male camp follower.

  41. 1572, John Sadler translating Flavius Vegetius Renatus, Foure Bookes... Contayninge a Plaine Forme, and Perfect Knowledge of Martiall Policye..., iii, vii:

  42. If any water be rough and boisterous boysterous, or the channel chanell verye broade, it manye times drowns drowneth the carriages and the boyes and nowe and then slothful slouthfull and lyther soldiers souldiours.
  43. 1600, w:William Shakespeare|William Shakespeare, The Cronicle History of Henry the Fift..., Act IV, Scene vii, 1:

  44. God's blood|Godes plud kill kil the boyes and the luggage lugyge,
    Tis the arrantest arrants piece peece of knavery knauery...
  45. puhekieltä any Any non-white male, regardless of age. (defdate)

  46. 1812, Anne Plumptre translating Hinrich Lichtenstein, Travels in Southern Africa, in the Years 1803, 1804, 1805, and 1806, Vol. I, i, viii, 119:

  47. A Hottentot... expects to be called by his name if addressed by any one who knows it; and by those to whom it is not known he expects to be called Hottentot... or boy.
  48. 1888, Louis Diston Powles, Land of Pink Pearl, or Recollections of Life in the Bahamas, 66:

  49. Every darky, however old, is a boy.
  50. 1973 September 8, Black Panther, 7/2:

  51. In Alabama, Guards still use the term ‘boy’ to refer to Black prisoners.
  52. 1979, (w) and (w), The Logie Awards:

  53. BN: repeating a catchphrase I like the boy.
    MA: to hostile audience Hold it, hold it, hold it. Easy. Did you say ‘Roy’ or ‘boy’?
    BN: ‘I like the boy’. There's nothing wrong with saying that... Hang on, hang on, hang on... I'll change religion, I'll do anything for ya, I don't bloody care... What's wrong with saying that? ‘I like the boy’?
    MA: Boy...
    BN: I mean, I like the man. I'm sorry, Muhammad.
  54. puhekieltä A male animal, especially a male dog. (defdate)

  55. Cmere, boy! Good boy! Who's a good boy?''

  56. puhekieltä A former low rank of various armed services; a holder of this rank.

  57. 1841 May 6, Times in London, 5/4:

  58. Wounded... 1 Boy, 1st class, severely.
  59. 1963 April 30, Times in London, 16/2:

  60. He joined the Navy as a boy second class in 1898.
  61. puhekieltä heroin Heroin. (defdate)