an antiquated term used in 17th and 18th century England, most famously by Lord Chesterfield, defining a man who is extremely able in multiple endeavors. Recently, the term has been brought back to modern day usage in the book "Libri Neri: The Man's Practical Guide to Natural Charm". Today it has taken on the implication that a man is talented in many areas of life, especially attracting women. However, it is not seen in a negative light such as player, pimp, Lothario, Don Juan, or mack daddy.
"Did you meet that guy Steve? His girl was INSANELY hot, he's a real man of parts."
by Delabar May 05, 2007