noun, Chiefly British.
(used in informal direct address).
noun 1. a member of any of several European churches professing to be truly Catholic but rejecting certain modern Roman Catholic doctrines, dogmas, and practices, especially the dogma of papal infallibility. 2. a member of any of several minor churches, especially in the U.S., differing from the Roman Catholic Church chiefly in their rejection of […]
- Old chum
noun (Austral, informal, formerly) 1. a person who is experienced, esp in life in colonial Australia 2. an experienced convict
noun 1. the oldest attested Slavic language, an ecclesiastical language written first by Cyril and Methodius in a Bible translation of the 9th century and continued in use for about two centuries. It represents the South Slavic, Bulgarian dialect of 9th-century Salonika with considerable addition of other South and West Slavic elements. Abbreviation: OCS. noun […]
- Old cocker
noun phrase alter kocker: I said good morning to the two Old Cockers who ambled along every day kidding themselves they were exercising/ a lot of old cockers out there who wanted to hear a ball game (1980s+)