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In the [[common parlance]] of the [[Nockers]], '''Golmer''' is a slang term for a [[Troll]].
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[[File:Troll54.png|thumb]]In the [[common parlance]] of the [[Nockers]], '''Golmer''' is a slang term for a [[Troll]].
   
The current editor wonders if the term is a corruption of the name Gomer, as in [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gomer_Pyle Gomer Pyle], who was an inept character on the Andy Griffith Show who later starred in his own series as an inept member of the army.
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The current editor wonders if the term is a corruption of the name Gomer, as in Gomer Pyle, who was an inept character on the Andy Griffith Show who later starred in his own series as an inept member of the army.
   
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

Latest revision as of 22:34, January 2, 2020

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In the common parlance of the Nockers, Golmer is a slang term for a Troll.

The current editor wonders if the term is a corruption of the name Gomer, as in Gomer Pyle, who was an inept character on the Andy Griffith Show who later starred in his own series as an inept member of the army.

References Edit

  1. CTDKithbook: Nockers, pp. 24-25.
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