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A physically working peasant (mid-age Europe), word comes from Polish 'parób'. Parob had to work for his lord before he could work on his own acre (his work for lord was called a corvee). Nowadays often used to offend someone, to suggest that he is not important in our hierarchy.
He thinks he rules. In fact he is just a fuc**g parob and has to work out a corvee on my acre.
by tsnm! October 17, 2005
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