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The word first appears in early 19th century England possibly, according to Michael Quinion, as a variation of the slang term gloak, which itself was a variation of an older slang term buzzgloak, meaning pickpocket.
According to the Google Ngram culturomics project, which examines the popularity of words in published sources over time, bloke increased in popularity starting around the turn of the century and reached a peak around 1950 before levelling off around 1960 at a flat level up to 1999..is often suggested that nations are made up of 'types' of people.
The word's origin is unknown, and though many theories exist regarding its etymology, none is considered conclusive.
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