• Definition for "bastard"
    • A child created regarding wedlock.
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bastard definition

  • noun:
    • A child created regarding wedlock.
    • Something that is of unusual, inferior, or questionable origin.
    • Slang an individual, specifically one who is held become mean or disagreeable.
    • A person who was created out of wedlock, thus usually considered an illegitimate descendant.
    • A mongrel. A biological mix between various types, groups or types.
    • A contemptible, inconsiderate, very or arrogantly rude or spiteful individual. See asshole, sod.
    • a guy, a fellow, a male friend.
    • a kid that does not know his or her dad.
    • anything extremely difficult or unpleasant to cope with.
    • A variation that's not real; one thing unusual or substandard or of questionable origin, artificial or fake.
    • An intermediate-grade steel file; additionally : bastard file.
    • A sweet wine.
    • A “natural” youngster; a child begotten and born away from wedlock; an illegitimate son or daughter; one born of an illicit union.
    • An inferior quality of smooth brown sugar, gotten from the sirups which have currently had a few boilings.
    • A large measurements of mold, where sugar is drained.
    • A sweet Spanish wine like muscatel in flavor.
    • A writing report of a particular dimensions. See Paper.
    • a normal son or daughter; a young child begotten and produced out of wedlock; an illegitimate or spurious kid.
    • In sugar-refining: a sizable mildew into which sugar is drained.
    • An impure, coarse brown sugar made from the refuse syrup of previous boilings.
    • An animal of inferior type; a mongrel.
    • some sort of woolen cloth, probably of inferior high quality, or of uncommon width, or both.
    • A kind of war-vessel utilized in the center centuries, most likely of strange dimensions.
    • inside seventeenth century, a tiny cannon, usually generally a bastard culverin (which see, under culverin).
    • A sweet Spanish wine resembling muscadel; any type of sweetened wine.
    • In falconry, some sort of hawk.
    • a nearby title of Kemp's gulf-turtle, Thalassochelys (Colpochelys) kempi, of this gulf coast of florida.
    • derogatory term for a variation that isn't real; one thing irregular or inferior or of dubious source
    • the illegitimate offspring of single moms and dads
    • insulting terms of address for people who are stupid or irritating or absurd
  • adjective:
    • delivered of unwed moms and dads; illegitimate.
    • Not real; spurious: a bastard design of design.
    • Resembling a known kind or species not certainly such.
    • of or like a bastard (illegitimate personal descendant)
    • of or like a bastard (bad individual)
    • of otherwise like a mongrel, bastardized creature/cross
    • of irregular, irregular or else substandard qualities (size, shape etc.)
    • spurious, lacking genuinity of credibility: fake, artificial
    • Begotten and born off legal matrimony; illegitimate. See bastard, n., note.
    • Lacking in genuineness; spurious; untrue; adulterate; -- applied to things that resemble those which tend to be real, but are not therefore.
    • Of an unusual or irregular make or percentage.
    • Abbreviated, as the half title in a page preceding the entire title-page of a novel.
    • deceptive; having a misleading appearance
  • interjection:
    • Exclamation of powerful dismay or powerful sense of being upset.
  • verb:
    • To bastardize.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To bastardize.
  • others:
    • Begotten and produced from wedlock; illegitimate: as, a bastard child.
    • Mongrel; hybrid: as, a bastard brood.
    • Unauthorized; unrecognized: since, “bastard officers before God,”
    • Spurious; perhaps not genuine; untrue; supposititious; adulterate: since, “bastard hope,” ; “bastard honours,”
    • obtaining the appearance to be genuine; resembling in certain level: an epithet applied especially in botany, zoölogy, medication, etc., to things which resemble, but are maybe not identical with, those things known as: as, bastard mahogany, bastard pimpernel, bastard caddis, bastard marble, bastard measles, etc. See expressions below. Additionally bastardly.
    • Of irregular or irregular form or size; of strange make or proportions: put on weapons, vessels, swords: as, bastard culverin, bastard galley, etc. See phrases.
    • A local English title (in Weymouth) for the variegated sole, Solea variegata.
    • To declare to be a bastard; stigmatize as a bastard; bastardize.
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