Bloke is a slang term referring to a fellow, a man.Bloke may also refer to:
* Bloke (artist), an Israeli electronic music producer
* Bloke (Slovenia), municipality and town
* Bloke (comics), a fictional character in the Marvel Universe
* Blokesworld, an Australian television series
* William Modisane, aka "Bloke Modisane"
* Bloke, a 2000 song by Australian comedian Chris Franklin

ee also

* Bloke on Bloke, a 1997 outtakes compilation album by Billy Bragg
* "The Songs of a Sentimental Bloke", a 1915 poem by CJ Dennis
* "The Sentimental Bloke", a 1919 film based on the CJ Dennis poem

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  • bloke — ► NOUN Brit. informal ▪ a man. ORIGIN Shelta …   English terms dictionary

  • bloke — [blōk] n. [< ? Shelta (Irish tinkers argot)] [Slang, Chiefly Brit.] a man; fellow; chap …   English World dictionary

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  • bloke — /bloʊk / (say blohk) Colloquial –noun 1. a man; fellow; guy: *I hate being seen as a good bloke; I am too angry to be a good bloke. –herald, 1988. 2. Australian History a man in authority; the boss: *I just merely ast for work … an I thought the… …  

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