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In 17 th England, a woman . It later derived, to refering either to a mistress or prostitute . See prostitute for synonyms.
Etrymology: Derived from the Romani beluni , a sister in debauchery .
Quote: Francis Grose defines this word in his Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue (1811): ' A mistress or whore of a gentleman of the scamp. The blowen kidded the swell into a snoozing ken, and shook him of his dummee and thimble; the girl inveigled the gentleman into a brothel and robbed him of his pocket book and watch .'
See Also: blowen, jowl

Quotes Containing blowen:
Captain Francis Grose. Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue (1811) as: ''The blowen was nutts upon the kiddey because he is well-hung ; the girl is pleased with the youth because his genitals are large.''

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