In Macedon, according to Plutarch's Life of Alexander, they were called Mimallones and Klodones, monikers derived from the feminine art of spinning wool. These warlike parthenoi ("virgins") or priestess of God from the hills were under the watch of shamanic Dionysios Pseudanor. They strategically routed an invading enemy away by disguising men as rosy cheeked women. In southern Greece they were described as Bacchae, Bassarides, Thyiades, Potniades and given other epithets.
1.) A male admirer or lover. His goal is woo the socks off his lady love. 2.) A country lad or bumpkin. 3.) A country gallant who maybe a bit rustic or howdy-duty, if you know what I mean. 4.) A young male servant or knight's attendant.
The poor schlub getting taken for his dough and useless company. Who cares about your day?! Did you bring your wallet?! 2.) Gay. An older gay sugar daddy who lavishes his sugar baby with all kinds of trinkets to keep him happy and speading it like jelly. 3.) A regular Tom birds of the game keep on standby when the money gets low or when times are rough.