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  • n. Plural form of boyo.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • So do many who we like, like the 'boyos' in Albuquerque.

    On Falconry

  • Martin, I fully support your wish to send a counter-petition supporting the Beeb's boyos, Cox and O'Briain, and their view of astrology.

    Astrologers angered by stars

  • All the moving parts—including Brian's gang of boyos, who can't decide whether to join the Civil Service or have another drink—are in place for well-oiled melodrama

    Deneuve, Tart Humor Elevate 'Potiche'

  • His boyos run up and the young boy with the sunny smile gets taken out in a curtain of metal.


  • I formerly used to refer to a small subset of them boyos as prep school carpenter boys; but then again, it's great to have a great prep school education, and then if your heart is in it, to become a great or even good carpenter.

    Instant Icons: Design Run A-Meh

  • The 50% will hit the financial sector boyos ,good.

    The Budget

  • While I can't say that I'll be reaching for a Socialist Workers Party membership application form just yet but every now and again one of those Trotskyist boyos can actually display a bit of wit - and to be fair it usually comes from yer man McCann.

    Come together

  • Anything that makes the boyos at WEEI AM 850 break into a sweat is all right by me.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • Recalling the vivid tales his father painted for him of the joys and sufferings of raising the coven and the boyos, he added a sympathetic lilt to his voice.

    Not Forgotten. « Love | Peace | Ohana

  • In their minds, "academic" means "someone who spends their whole working life studying, researching and teaching one specific topic, and who therefore knows less about it than the boyos down at the Salisbury House Saturday morning breakfast club."

    Handy Hallmark


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