Also black·fel·la [blak-fel-uh] /ˈblækˌfɛl ə/.

Origin of blackfellow

First recorded in 1730–40; black + fellow Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2018

Examples from the Web for blackfellow

Historical Examples of blackfellow

  • "Only got 'em one yarramen," said the blackfellow nonchalantly.

  • Then, continuing our ride, we reached the Blackfellow's Cave about mid-day.

    Sheilah McLeod

    Guy Boothby

  • "It's a blackfellow's word, meaning stomach," said the old lady.

    An Outback Marriage

    Andrew Barton Paterson

  • "Master said I take him Yarraman along-a-paddock," whined the blackfellow.

    Missing Friends

    Thorvald Weitemeyer

  • She had not seen any like the acting Blackfellow at her cottage home.

    Dot and the Kangaroo

    Ethel C. Pedley