fella


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fel·la

 (fĕl′ə)
n. Informal
A man or boy; a fellow.

fella

(ˈfɛlə)
n
a nonstandard variant of fellow

fel•la

(ˈfɛl ə)

n.
Informal. fellow.
[1860–70; compare feller1]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.fella - a boy or manfella - a boy or man; "that chap is your host"; "there's a fellow at the door"; "he's a likable cuss"; "he's a good bloke"
male person, male - a person who belongs to the sex that cannot have babies
dog - informal term for a man; "you lucky dog"
Translations

fella

[ˈfelə ˈfeləʳ] Ntipo m, tío m (Sp)

fella

[ˈfɛlə] feller [ˈfɛlər] n (= fellow) → type m
References in classic literature ?
Suppose 'm you take 'm me along canoe, washee-washee, me give 'm you fella boy two stick tobacco."
"Suppose 'm you no like 'm five stick then you fella boy go to hell close up."
What place stop 'm that fella leg?" quoth Daughtry, pointing to the space which the member would have occupied had it not been absent.
"Big fella shark-fish, that fella leg stop 'm along him," the ancient grinned, exposing a horrible aperture of toothlessness for a mouth.
"Me old fella boy too much," the one-legged Methuselah quavered.
"You sing out, him fella brother belong you die too much," the white man went on in threatening tones.
"Take um big fella look along Jessie," he commanded.
"One fella schooner long way little bit," he announced.
"Maybe Jessie, maybe other fella schooner," came the faltering admission.
"This fella Bunster, him good fella you like too much?" he asked.
"Good fella, eh?" Mauki grinned, between two strokes, one of which swept the forehead bare and the other of which cleaned off one side of his face.
Mauki did his work throughly, and the kanakas, hiding in their houses, heard the "big fella noise" that Bunster made and continued to make for an hour or more.