Oi galera, estava vendo a série "The Wonders Years", e em um ep. o Kevin, é chamado pelos outros de Kevbo, se eu bem lembro, foi quando ele estava namorando uma menina lá... alguém já ouviu isso, como funciona ? ^^
1. Used to form the names of residents or inhabitants of particular places, in particular towns/cities.
Usage notes-bo will work in almost all cases; -are is more common for certain towns/cities. But also in those cases, -bo should be considered valid. Note that in some cases, typically when the name of the location is a compound word, an extra -s- is inserted before -bo. E.g. Stockholmsbo.
The series "The Wonder Years" is not representative of today's society. It depicts the social and family life of a boy in a typical American suburb from 1968 to 1973, covering his ages of 12 through 17. Back in the day, guys sometimes added the suffix "bo" at the end of their friends' name when they greeted them. This was particularly common with the name "Jim" or "James": "Jimbo, my man! Where have you been?" Johnbo and Tombo were also used at times.
The name "Kevin" doesn't particularly lend itself to this practice, so I guess the writers of the series (which aired from 1988 to 1993) just wanted to poke a little fun at it.