What you call your little brother when your Mom isn't around. Also, a stereotypical Canadian male, typically lower to middle class, white and English Canadian. He is especially concerned with drinking beer and watching hockey. The hoser is understood as a product more of rural, suburban or smaller city Canada than of the cosmopolitan larger cities. He's often imagined wearing heavy winter clothing, usually a flannel lumberjack shirt, Kodiak boots and a toque 2.) Loser
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.
A young woman whose class status is transcended by her beauty and ambition to ascend society's social latter. Often a mistress or lady friend of a wealthy man. "Becky Sharp" in Vanity Fair was such a character.
A neglected girl left to run about the streets as a homeless person with no one to love, bake cookies or learn the proper way to apply makeup whilst on a Metro bus when you're running ten minutes late, because your doggie threw up on the bed again from eating your left overs, because your were in the bathroom too long committing various sins. *true story*
2.) A mischievous girl equipped with street knowledge as a way of survival. She comes from the school of hard knocks.
3.) The popular version: A sexy, sophisticated tomboy with girlish features. As seen in the pics.