Jobbernowl

Job'ber·nowl` noun [ Middle English jobbernoule , from jobarde a stupid fellow; confer English noll .] A blockhead. [ Colloq. & Obsolete] H. Taylor.
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Jobbernowl

• (n.) A blockhead.
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Jobbernowl

Jobbernowl was old English slang for a stupid person.
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Jobbernowl

Jobbernowl was old English slang for a stupid person.
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Jobbernowl

a jocular term for the head, usually connoting stupidity
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jobbernowl

a blockish or stupid head
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