Dad and Dave

/ (dæd ən deɪv) /

noun

Australian stereotypes of the unsophisticated rural dweller before World War II

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Word Origin for Dad and Dave

from characters in the stories of Steele Rudd, pen name of Arthur Hoey Davis (1868–1935), Australian author
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