gloak

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Origin unknown.

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gloak

  1. A man, a guy.
    • 1997: ‘Brit, by the look of him,’ cries a short, freckl’d seaman in whom Stature and Pugnacity enjoy an inverse relation. ‘– long way from home ain’t you old Gloak?’ — Thomas Pynchon, Mason & Dixon

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