Whiteboy


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Whiteboy

(ˈwaɪtbɔɪ)
n
(Historical Terms) Irish history a member of a secret society of violent agrarian protest, formed around 1760
[C18: adopted from the earlier use of the phrase as a term of endearment for a boy or man]
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Nicholas Sheehy during the agrarian agitation of the Whiteboy movement in the 1760s.