Fellow-Me-Lad

What does Fellow-Me-Lad mean?

Fellow-Me-Lad
Young boy or young man

Example

"Come here young fellow-me-lad"

Often used by an older person to describe a younger male in a mildly patronising or authoritative way.

Credit: contributed by Anon on 14-Sep-2012.

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