- Variant of fellow which reflects the reduction of the last vowel to a schwa and its conflation with the endings -er/-ar. (Wiktionary)
“The second brother-in-law is a contractor and what some folks call a big fellar.”
“Number one, there use to be a time, not long ago, when a fellar could have a swell looking page just by swiping a few scant html codes here, pasting them there, etc. But now!”
“Oh Sweet Jumpin 'Jesus on a Pogo-stick! was I a tired lil' fellar this mornin '.”
“That tall fellar, I guess, is a horse tamer and Injun fighter.”
“Before 'mancipation my mammy and daddy owned by the very same old fellar, Thomas Henry McNeil.”
“Then another fellar what was thar, he axed us if we ever played Rock-mountain euchre.”
“I got talking to a fellar, and he told me that if I would go over with him on the ship that he would buy all my critters; so I asked pap if I might go, and he said yes; but”
“I've got the name of bein 'the spunkyest fellar up at Greenups'.”
“I'm kinder sorry I went now, for I got lost from that fellar and never laid eyes on him after we got over thar.”
“My wife lef me and went wid another fellar then she jumped in the river right down yonder and drowned.”
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