Ol' boy can be used in reference to anybody previously metioned in a conversation.
It can also be used in reference to a girl's boyfriend.
"Ol' boy is trippin'."
or
"Say girl, how's ol' boy doin'?"
by Dub Feezy December 14, 2003
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1. Hey ole boy, how's it hanging?

2. I'm proud of you ole boy, good work.
3. The ole boy just bowled a turkey.

4. Ya, I heard ole boy just threw a couple touch downs.
by Ole_man_stetter December 12, 2010
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A lad that has been 'on tour' to become and ol' boy.

On tour is the journey through life, where a man will learn many a thing. He begins as a simple child, then growing through adolesence into an age also known as 'Ladhood' which is infamous for it's relation to the drinking culture.

To become an ol' boy is a prestigious moment in a mans life, it is a declaration; that the man in particular holding this title is one to be respected - for he is all wise in life, and a role model to all currently in the stage of Ladhood.
"Whats that prick on about?"
"I dunno, but I would listen to what he's saying, Les Rouse is an ol' boy."

"Why should I listen to you dad?!?"
"Because son, i'm an Ol' boy. I've lived life."
"nuff said."
by Lad-on-tour January 11, 2010
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Big ole boy is a descriptive term of endearment to politely describe a man who lives in the south who is either obese, morbidly obese, or bed ridden with obesity but has made no changes in his lifestyle choice to slow the rate at which he is becoming more obese because his own self image issues have caused him to believe that he is actually a total hardcore bad ass. Although slightly intimidating from an appearance standpoint, big ole boys are only hazardous from a physical standpoint for 7 to 10 seconds do to the lack of cardio fitness, and typically can be distracted by a double cheese burger. Big ole boys can be misleading because , even while powering through their 2nd double order of deep fried sadness, they will describe how bad ass they are and who's ass they were just about to kick, but in reality are going to kick no ass. East TX has one of the highest populations of big ole boys in the world as most big ole boys work for fracking companies and drilling companies either directly or indirectly.
by stone definition August 20, 2014
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A Southern born boy who is country to the core. He likes to hunt and could not be prouder of his gun collection. He carries one knife in his pocket and another in his boot, in case the one in his pocket gets confiscated. Usually drives a truck and listens to country. A hard working, honest gentleman, who prefers the simple life and is just looking for a girl he can take shootin'.
"On our first date he showed me a picture of him pulling a bullet out of a deer's heart. He said he keeps it on his desk."
"Oh, you got yourself a good ol' boy! They're the best!"
by nurseawesome August 22, 2013
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There are two very different definitions here.

1.) A man or older boy from the South, in this case the stereotypical redneck or hick. Likes cheap beer, NASCAR, football, pro wrestling, hunting and/or fishing, and country or hard rock music. Not necessarily a bad person, but occasionally portrayed as racist, though many could care less, aside from occasionally cracking a racist joke with his buddies; this is not usually how he feels about Blacks or Hispanics. Generally all about having a good time. They may speed to impress a girl they're taking on a date, but won't hit-and-run; they may have a few beers to impress her at the bar later on, or even get in a fight there, but won't get so drunk he can't sober up and drive or send the other guy to the hospital. Generally speaks with a country accent or Southern drawl, usually the former. Often drives a rusty muscle car or pickup, but at the same time many seem to drive small Japanese cars. A good example of this type would be the Duke boys from the TV series and movie, The Dukes of Hazzard. Often portrayed negatively, but not always a bad person. Again, they are pretty good-natured.

2.) This definition is still a man from the South, however, he is usually upper-middle class, rather "preppy," lives in an "old-money" suburb, and will generally have a degree from a prestigious Southern college (Washington and Lee, Vanderbilt, UVa, Wake Forest, etc.) or an Ivy League school. Usually enjoys watching his (parents') alma mater or current college play football and basketball. Usually speaks in a soft Southern drawl, not very pronounced but easily detectable (y'all, "ah," "prob'em" are common) Often will exude an air of class, but not always in a snobby or condescending manner. Often seen wearing nice clothes like collared shirts, khakis, and Topsiders, and for high school will often attend a private day school or a boarding school like Woodberry Forest, but many go to a prestigious public high school like Douglas Freeman in Richmond or Mountain Brook in Birmingham as well. Basically, take the definition of a New England "preppy," put him in a TRUE Southern city, take away the perceived snobbery, and you have this kind of man.
1.) Nelson was considered by his Northern co-workers in the shop of the car dealer to be a redneck, and in many ways fit the definition, but he was in no way a bigot or rude person. In fact, he was friends with many Blacks and didn't mind their company one bit. He was also a rather skilled mechanic and ran the shop well, and his mother said he was "such a good ol' boy."

2.) Andy grew up in the West End section of Richmond and dressed much like his old-money counterparts in New England. He went to St. Christopher's for high school, staying close to home, and decided to travel down to Emory for college, joining a fraternity. He came back up to Virginia to get a business degree at UVa and now is a partner in a well-known Richmond accounting firm. He originally planned to stay in Atlanta, but he noticed the Northern transplants didn't like his accent, and the "good ol' boy network" was being phased out by said transplants.
by Will, a good ol' boy May 22, 2006
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