Joey

Naval One of the many common nicknames for Royal Marines when used in the plural: in the singular it now usually refers to the Royal Marine Officer. The name as applied to the Royal Marines is said to be a corruption of JOSEPH - from the Joseph of the Old Testament, not an account of his coat of many colours but for his all-round efficiency....
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Joey

Threepence or fourpence. Especially a silver threepenny or fourpenny piece. Also a young child or animal, young kangaroo.
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Joey

(from the article `clown`) The earliest of the true circus clowns was Joseph Grimaldi, who first appeared in England in 1805. Grimaldi`s clown, affectionately called `Joey,` ...
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joey

(from the article `kangaroo`) In all species, the pouch is well developed, opens forward, and contains four teats. The young kangaroo (`joey`) is born at a very immature stage, ...
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Joey

[Bob Dylan song] == Meaning == The song treats Gallo sympathetically, despite his violent history. Gallo had been accused of at least two murders and had been convicted of several felonies. But in the song he is given credit for distrusting guns, being reluctant to kill hostages and for shielding his family when he was being killed, and mak...
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Joey

Joey is an English name for boys and girls. The meaning is `God will provide` The name Joey is most commonly given to Dutch boys. (9 times more often than to American boys.) In Wallonie, Flanders, Belgi?nd the Netherlands it is (almost) solely given to boys The name sounds like: Jey, Joy,, Jay, Jeh, Jae, Je-, Joao, Jo Similar names are: Joby, Jobey...
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Joey

Joey is British slang for a fool, dupe, victim.
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Joey

Baby kangaroo, still in the pouch.
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