Associations to the word «Joe»
JOE, proper noun. A common nickname for Joseph, also used as a formal male given name.
JOE, proper noun. A female given name, a form of Joanne or Josephine.
JOE, noun. (informal) A male; a guy; a fellow
JOE, noun. (informal) A male; a guy; a fellow.
JOE, noun. (chiefly US) (informal) Coffee.
JOE AVERAGE, noun. (idiomatic) A hypothetical average or generic individual; the common man (or person, by extension).
JOE BLAKE, noun. Alternative form of Joe Blake
JOE BLAKE, noun. (Australia) (slang) A snake.
JOE BLAKES, noun. Plural of Joe Blake
JOE BLAKES, noun. Plural of joe blake
JOE BLOGGS, noun. (chiefly British) A personification of the general public, or of an average ordinary person.
JOE CITIZEN, proper noun. (idiomatic) A hypothetical average or generic citizen; the man on the street.
JOE COLLEGE, proper noun. (informal) A fictitious name used to designate the typical college student or to characterize a person as being a typical college student.
JOE FROGGER, noun. (US) A large cookie flavoured with molasses and rum.
JOE FROGGERS, noun. Plural of Joe Frogger
JOE JOB, noun. (idiomatic) An uninteresting, low-level, low-paying job.
JOE JOB, noun. (US) (idiomatic) (computing) An act of e-mail spamming where the sender's identity and address are those of an innocent third party, intended either to tarnish that person's reputation or to flood that person's e-mail with bounces.
JOE JOB, noun. Alternative spelling of joe job
JOE JOBS, noun. Plural of joe job
JOE MILLER, noun. (colloquial) (dated) A stale jest; a worn-out joke.
JOE PUBLIC, noun. (idiomatic) A hypothetical average or generic member of the public; the common man (or person, by extension).
JOE SCHMO, noun. (US) (informal) Alternative spelling of Joe Schmoe
JOE SCHMOE, proper noun. (US) (informal) The typical, everyday person who does not have any special status, frequently in contrast to some group.
JOE SHMOE, noun. (US) (informal) Alternative spelling of Joe Schmoe
JOE SIX-PACK, proper noun. Alternative form of Joe Sixpack
JOE SIXPACK, proper noun. (slang) (idiomatic) The “average person”.
JOE SIXPACK, proper noun. (slang) (Internet) Somebody without particular expertise or interest in computers or the Internet; a nontechie.
JOE SOAP, proper noun. (UK) A foolish stooge or scapegoat.
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