Yokel (noun)

A person from a rural area, considered to be unsophisticated and naive; a rustic.

Origin:

From middle english yokel, yokele, from old english ġeōcel, ġeōcl, ġēcl, from proto-germanic *jukilaz, from proto-indo-european *yugós ("yoke"). .

Examples:

  1. He's just a yokel from the countryside.
  2. The city slickers made fun of the yokels.
  3. The town yokel was out of place in the city.
  4. The yokel didn't know how to use the escalator.
  5. He"s a yokel, he"s never been to the city before.
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