What does Bastard mean?

Definitions for Bastard
ˈbæs tərdBas·tard

Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word Bastard.

Princeton's WordNet

  1. asshole, bastard, cocksucker, dickhead, shit, mother fucker, motherfucker, prick, whoreson, son of a bitch, SOBnoun

    insulting terms of address for people who are stupid or irritating or ridiculous

  2. bastard, by-blow, love child, illegitimate child, illegitimate, whoresonnoun

    the illegitimate offspring of unmarried parents

  3. bastard, mongreladjective

    derogatory term for a variation that is not genuine; something irregular or inferior or of dubious origin

    "the architecture was a kind of bastard suggesting Gothic but not true Gothic"

  4. bogus, fake, phony, phoney, bastardadjective

    fraudulent; having a misleading appearance

Wiktionary

  1. bastardnoun

    A person who was born out of wedlock, and hence often considered an illegitimate descendant.

    Etymology: From bastard, bastarde, from Late bastard, from bastard, from Old Low * (compare Middle Dutch bast) and derogatory suffix -ard, from banstuz (compare West Frisian boask, boaste), from bʰendʰ-; or equivalent to . Cognate with bastert, bastaard, Bastard, bastarður. Probably originally referred to a child from a polygynous marriage of Germanic custom but not sanctioned by the Church.

  2. bastardnoun

    A mongrel. A biological cross between different breeds, groups or varieties.

    Etymology: From bastard, bastarde, from Late bastard, from bastard, from Old Low * (compare Middle Dutch bast) and derogatory suffix -ard, from banstuz (compare West Frisian boask, boaste), from bʰendʰ-; or equivalent to . Cognate with bastert, bastaard, Bastard, bastarður. Probably originally referred to a child from a polygynous marriage of Germanic custom but not sanctioned by the Church.

  3. bastardnoun

    A contemptible, inconsiderate, overly or arrogantly rude or spiteful person. See asshole, sod.

    Some bastard stole my car while I was helping an injured person.

    Etymology: From bastard, bastarde, from Late bastard, from bastard, from Old Low * (compare Middle Dutch bast) and derogatory suffix -ard, from banstuz (compare West Frisian boask, boaste), from bʰendʰ-; or equivalent to . Cognate with bastert, bastaard, Bastard, bastarður. Probably originally referred to a child from a polygynous marriage of Germanic custom but not sanctioned by the Church.

  4. bastardnoun

    A man, a fellow, a male friend.

    Etymology: From bastard, bastarde, from Late bastard, from bastard, from Old Low * (compare Middle Dutch bast) and derogatory suffix -ard, from banstuz (compare West Frisian boask, boaste), from bʰendʰ-; or equivalent to . Cognate with bastert, bastaard, Bastard, bastarður. Probably originally referred to a child from a polygynous marriage of Germanic custom but not sanctioned by the Church.

  5. bastardnoun

    A child that does not know his or her father.

    Etymology: From bastard, bastarde, from Late bastard, from bastard, from Old Low * (compare Middle Dutch bast) and derogatory suffix -ard, from banstuz (compare West Frisian boask, boaste), from bʰendʰ-; or equivalent to . Cognate with bastert, bastaard, Bastard, bastarður. Probably originally referred to a child from a polygynous marriage of Germanic custom but not sanctioned by the Church.

  6. bastardnoun

    Something extremely difficult or unpleasant to deal with.

    Life can be a real bastard.

    Etymology: From bastard, bastarde, from Late bastard, from bastard, from Old Low * (compare Middle Dutch bast) and derogatory suffix -ard, from banstuz (compare West Frisian boask, boaste), from bʰendʰ-; or equivalent to . Cognate with bastert, bastaard, Bastard, bastarður. Probably originally referred to a child from a polygynous marriage of Germanic custom but not sanctioned by the Church.

  7. bastardnoun

    A variation that is not genuine; something irregular or inferior or of dubious origin, fake or counterfeit.

    The architecture was a kind of bastard, suggesting Gothic but not being true Gothic.

    Etymology: From bastard, bastarde, from Late bastard, from bastard, from Old Low * (compare Middle Dutch bast) and derogatory suffix -ard, from banstuz (compare West Frisian boask, boaste), from bʰendʰ-; or equivalent to . Cognate with bastert, bastaard, Bastard, bastarður. Probably originally referred to a child from a polygynous marriage of Germanic custom but not sanctioned by the Church.

  8. bastardnoun

    An intermediate-grade steel file; also : bastard file.

    Etymology: From bastard, bastarde, from Late bastard, from bastard, from Old Low * (compare Middle Dutch bast) and derogatory suffix -ard, from banstuz (compare West Frisian boask, boaste), from bʰendʰ-; or equivalent to . Cognate with bastert, bastaard, Bastard, bastarður. Probably originally referred to a child from a polygynous marriage of Germanic custom but not sanctioned by the Church.

  9. bastardnoun

    A long, straight, narrow sword, with an undecorated hilt; a longsword.

    Etymology: From bastard, bastarde, from Late bastard, from bastard, from Old Low * (compare Middle Dutch bast) and derogatory suffix -ard, from banstuz (compare West Frisian boask, boaste), from bʰendʰ-; or equivalent to . Cognate with bastert, bastaard, Bastard, bastarður. Probably originally referred to a child from a polygynous marriage of Germanic custom but not sanctioned by the Church.

  10. bastardnoun

    A sweet wine.

    Etymology: From bastard, bastarde, from Late bastard, from bastard, from Old Low * (compare Middle Dutch bast) and derogatory suffix -ard, from banstuz (compare West Frisian boask, boaste), from bʰendʰ-; or equivalent to . Cognate with bastert, bastaard, Bastard, bastarður. Probably originally referred to a child from a polygynous marriage of Germanic custom but not sanctioned by the Church.

  11. bastardadjective

    of or like a bastard (illegitimate human descendant)

    Etymology: From bastard, bastarde, from Late bastard, from bastard, from Old Low * (compare Middle Dutch bast) and derogatory suffix -ard, from banstuz (compare West Frisian boask, boaste), from bʰendʰ-; or equivalent to . Cognate with bastert, bastaard, Bastard, bastarður. Probably originally referred to a child from a polygynous marriage of Germanic custom but not sanctioned by the Church.

  12. bastardadjective

    of or like a bastard (bad person)

    Etymology: From bastard, bastarde, from Late bastard, from bastard, from Old Low * (compare Middle Dutch bast) and derogatory suffix -ard, from banstuz (compare West Frisian boask, boaste), from bʰendʰ-; or equivalent to . Cognate with bastert, bastaard, Bastard, bastarður. Probably originally referred to a child from a polygynous marriage of Germanic custom but not sanctioned by the Church.

  13. bastardadjective

    of or like a mongrel, bastardized creature/cross

    Etymology: From bastard, bastarde, from Late bastard, from bastard, from Old Low * (compare Middle Dutch bast) and derogatory suffix -ard, from banstuz (compare West Frisian boask, boaste), from bʰendʰ-; or equivalent to . Cognate with bastert, bastaard, Bastard, bastarður. Probably originally referred to a child from a polygynous marriage of Germanic custom but not sanctioned by the Church.

  14. bastardadjective

    of abnormal, irregular or otherwise inferior qualities (size, shape etc.)

    Etymology: From bastard, bastarde, from Late bastard, from bastard, from Old Low * (compare Middle Dutch bast) and derogatory suffix -ard, from banstuz (compare West Frisian boask, boaste), from bʰendʰ-; or equivalent to . Cognate with bastert, bastaard, Bastard, bastarður. Probably originally referred to a child from a polygynous marriage of Germanic custom but not sanctioned by the Church.

  15. bastardadjective

    spurious, lacking genuinity of authenticity: counterfeit, fake

    Etymology: From bastard, bastarde, from Late bastard, from bastard, from Old Low * (compare Middle Dutch bast) and derogatory suffix -ard, from banstuz (compare West Frisian boask, boaste), from bʰendʰ-; or equivalent to . Cognate with bastert, bastaard, Bastard, bastarður. Probably originally referred to a child from a polygynous marriage of Germanic custom but not sanctioned by the Church.

  16. bastardinterjection

    Exclamation of strong dismay or strong sense of being upset.

    Etymology: From bastard, bastarde, from Late bastard, from bastard, from Old Low * (compare Middle Dutch bast) and derogatory suffix -ard, from banstuz (compare West Frisian boask, boaste), from bʰendʰ-; or equivalent to . Cognate with bastert, bastaard, Bastard, bastarður. Probably originally referred to a child from a polygynous marriage of Germanic custom but not sanctioned by the Church.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Bastardnoun

    a "natural" child; a child begotten and born out of wedlock; an illegitimate child; one born of an illicit union

  2. Bastardnoun

    an inferior quality of soft brown sugar, obtained from the sirups that / already had several boilings

  3. Bastardnoun

    a large size of mold, in which sugar is drained

  4. Bastardnoun

    a sweet Spanish wine like muscadel in flavor

  5. Bastardnoun

    a writing paper of a particular size. See Paper

  6. Bastardadjective

    begotten and born out of lawful matrimony; illegitimate. See Bastard, n., note

  7. Bastardnoun

    lacking in genuineness; spurious; false; adulterate; -- applied to things which resemble those which are genuine, but are really not so

  8. Bastardnoun

    of an unusual make or proportion; as, a bastard musket; a bastard culverin

  9. Bastardnoun

    abbreviated, as the half title in a page preceding the full title page of a book

  10. Bastardverb

    to bastardize

Chambers 20th Century Dictionary

  1. Bastard

    bas′tard, n. a child born of parents not married.—adj. born out of wedlock: not genuine: resembling, but not identical with, the species bearing the name: of abnormal shape or size: false.—n. Bas′tard-bar, a popular but inaccurate name for the baton-sinister in heraldry.—v.t. Bas′tardise, to prove to be a bastard.—adv. Bas′tardly (obs.).—ns. Bas′tard-wing, three, four, or five feathers springing from the side of the wing of a bird near the point, attached to a bony process which is the homologue of the thumb in some mammalia; Bas′tardy, Bas′tardism, the state of being a bastard.—Bastard title, an abbreviated title of a book on an otherwise blank page preceding the full title-page; Bastard types, types cast with an extra deep bevel to obviate the use of leads, as Longprimer face on Pica body. [Fr. bâtard; O. Fr. fils de bast, son of the pack-saddle, bast (bât) being a coarse saddle for beasts of burden.]

The Roycroft Dictionary

  1. bastard

    Any man who doubts his own immaculate conception.

Dictionary of Nautical Terms

  1. bastard

    A term applied to all pieces of ordnance which are of unusual or irregular proportions: the government bastard-cannon had a 7-inch bore, and sent a 40-lb. shot. Also, a fair-weather square sail in some Mediterranean craft, and occasionally used for an awning.

Military Dictionary and Gazetteer

  1. bastard

    (Fr.). An ancient piece of ordnance of about 8 pounds calibre, 91⁄2 feet long, and weighing 1950 pounds. It was invented by Jean Maurique de Lard, master-general of ordnance under Charles V. of France in 1535. He also had several bastards cast of a larger calibre. This term was also applied to guns of an unusual make or proportion, whether longer or shorter.

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British National Corpus

  1. Written Corpus Frequency

    Rank popularity for the word 'Bastard' in Written Corpus Frequency: #2915

  2. Nouns Frequency

    Rank popularity for the word 'Bastard' in Nouns Frequency: #1899

Anagrams for Bastard »

  1. batards, tabards

  2. Batards

  3. Tabards

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of Bastard in Chaldean Numerology is: 8

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of Bastard in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2

Examples of Bastard in a Sentence

  1. Steady Eddy:

    He who lives by the sword, will eventually be wiped out by some bastard with a sawn off shotgun

  2. H.S. Thompson:

    Every now and then when your life gets complicated and the weasels start closing in, the only cure is to load up on heinous chemicals and then drive like a bastard from Hollywood to Las Vegas ... with the music at top volume and at least a pint of ether.

  3. Vincent Cassel:

    As she's a female director and I played along with a woman, who's also a director, I didn't want this guy to end up being the bastard of the story and the woman a victim, it has never been in Maiwenn's plans to be that radical and simplistic but at some times I would say,' No, no, it's not possible. Guys -- put yourself in our shoes, it's not easy.' .

  4. John Milton:

    Truth never comes into the world but like a bastard, to the ignominy of him that brought her birth.

  5. George Smith Patton, Jr.:

    The object of war is not to die for your country but to make the other bastard die for his.

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Translations for Bastard

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  • نذلArabic
  • извънбрачен, копеле, незаконнороден, мелез, копелдашки, фалшив, подправенBulgarian
  • bastard, bord, fill de putaCatalan, Valencian
  • levobočekCzech
  • uægte barn, røvhul, bastardDanish
  • Bastard, Mistkerl, Bankert, ArschGerman
  • εξώγαμο, μπάσταρδος, μπασταρδεμένος, μιξογενής, παλιόφιλος, νόθο, μπάσταρδο, νόθοςGreek
  • hijo de puta, bastardo, desgraciadoSpanish
  • jobu, feik, sohilaps, ristsugutis, värdjas, tõbras, raibeEstonian
  • [[keski-, roisto, lehtolapsi, ristisiitos, [[avioton]] [[lapsi]], kiusankappale, paskiainen, äpärä, sekasikiö, jäljitelmä, kusipää, jätkä, mulkkuFinnish
  • bâtard, salaud, salopard, fils de pute, enculéFrench
  • bastardIrish
  • fattyúHungarian
  • bastar, bajingan, bangsat, anak haram, berengsekIndonesian
  • bastardo, brutta bestia, figlio di puttanaItalian
  • 私生子Japanese
  • bajinganJavanese
  • копиле, лангач, битанга, мелез, кучкин син, шкартMacedonian
  • nep, rotzak, kreng, vervalsing, klootzak, buitenechtelijk kind, bastaard, mormel, voorvijl, onecht kind, onwettig kind, straathond, rotding, bastaardvijl, hoerenjong, ondermaats, smeerlapDutch
  • bastard, løsunge, lausunge, drittsekkNorwegian
  • yátashkiʼNavajo, Navaho
  • bękart, skurwysyn, sukinsyn, skurwielPolish
  • mestiço, filho da puta, bastardo, sacana, filho da mãe, bosta!, merda!Portuguese
  • bastard, haimana, hibrid, bastarzi, hibrizi, bastarde, corcituri, haimanaleRomanian
  • гад, ублюдок, незаконнорожденный, внебрачный ребёнок, козёл, сука, бастард, незаконный ребёнок, мудак, сукин сын, байстрюк, выблядок, сволочь, метис, нечистокровныйRussian
  • mješanac, копиле, gnjida, kopile, gad, probisvijet, gadura, битанга, bitangaSerbo-Croatian
  • kopile, kopilAlbanian
  • bastard, skitstövel, sate, jävel, oäkting, skit, horungeSwedish
  • piç, melez, piçlerTurkish
  • đồ khốnVietnamese
  • baståd, bastådeWalloon
  • 混蛋Chinese

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  • Rajane Thamboosami
    Childran aides workes so much bastard working. Nasty bastard my childran are not bastard because I married with papers even my birth country knows
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  • Rajane Thamboosami
    My building have so much bastard I seen them I know who is bastard. Toronto have so much bastard police Immmigration hospital so many bastard they all are fake id
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  • Rajane Thamboosami
    I hate to see my front and every place any where I hate bastard
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large recently extinct long-horned European wild ox; considered one of the ancestors of domestic cattle
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