noun Chiefly British Informal.
Origin of bloke
Examples from the Web for bloke
Can I 'ave the arternoon off to see a bloke abaht a job fer my missis?Jokes For All Occasions|Anonymous
I wuz out wid a bloke, showin' him de sites uv de Reservation, an' he asks me wot I'd do if I had a million bones.Bowery Life|Chuck Connors
A bloke goes by every little w'ile an' fergets to duck 'is napper.Kitchener's Mob|James Norman Hall
You was so,” said Billy, “a-joring and a-joring and a-joring same as you never heard a bloke.My Friend Smith|Talbot Baines Reed
I didn't tell all what happened in the stall to-day when that bloke were here.Frank Merriwell's Races|Burt L. Standish
British Dictionary definitions for bloke
Word Origin for bloke
Word Origin and History for bloke
"fellow," 1851, London slang, of unknown origin, perhaps from Celtic ploc "large, stubborn person;" another suggestion is Romany (Gypsy) and Hindi loke "a man."