larrikin

noun
lar·ri·kin | \ˈler-i-kən, ˈla-ri-\

Definition of larrikin 

chiefly Australia

Other Words from larrikin

larrikin adjective

First Known Use of larrikin

1868, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for larrikin

origin unknown

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Dictionary Entries near larrikin

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Larridae

larrigan

larrikin

larrikinism

larrup

larry

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