Slang definition of Pat Malone

Pat Malone means: Alone. I'm all pat tonight.

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Pat Malone means: Alone. I'm all pat tonight.

Slang meaning of Pat Malone

Pat Malone means: Alone. I'm all pat tonight.

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Meaning of JACK MALONE

JACK MALONE means: Jack Malone is London Cockney rhyming slang for alone.

Meaning of PAT MALONE

PAT MALONE means: Pat Malone is Australian rhyming slang for alone.Pat Malone is Australian rhyming slang for personal name.

Meaning of pat-malone

pat-malone means: on your own, alone

Meaning of Pat Malone

Pat Malone means: Alone

Meaning of Pat Malone

Pat Malone means: Own (Alone)

Meaning of Pat Malone

Pat Malone means: Alone. I'm all pat tonight.

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Meaning of boodle

boodle means: money. There are many different interpretations of boodle meaning money, in the UK and the US. Boodle normally referred to ill-gotten gains, such as counterfeit notes or the proceeds of a robbery, and also to a roll of banknotes, although in recent times the usage has extended to all sorts of money, usually in fairly large amounts. Much variation in meaning is found in the US. The origins of boodle meaning money are (according to Cassells) probably from the Dutch word 'boedel' for personal effects or property (a person's worth) and/or from the old Scottish 'bodle' coin, worth two Scottish pence and one-sixth of an English penny, which logically would have been pre-decimalisation currency.

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