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  • Boor — may refer to: *boor, a peasant or uncultured person * Laughing Boor with a Pot of Beer , painting by Isaac van Ostade * The Boor , an opera by Dominick Argentoee also*Bore, disambiguation page *de Boor, surname disambiguation page …   Wikipedia

  • boor — boor·ish; boor·tree; boor; boor·ish·ly; boor·ish·ness; …   English syllables

  • Boor — (b[=oo]r), n. [D. boer farmer, boor; akin to AS. geb[=u]r countryman, G. bauer; fr. the root of AS. b[=u]an to inhabit, and akin to E. bower, be. Cf. {Neighbor}, {Boer}, and {Big} to build.] 1. A husbandman; a peasant; a rustic; esp. a clownish… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • boor — boor, churl, lout, clown, clodhopper, bumpkin, hick, yokel, rube are comparable when meaning an uncouth, ungainly fellow. Most of these words may be applied to rustics, but they tend increasingly to imply reference to breeding, manners, and… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • boor — [boor] n. [Du boer < MDu gheboer, fellow dweller < ghe , with, CO + bouwen, to build, cultivate; akin to Ger bauer: see BONDAGE] 1. Archaic a peasant or farm worker 2. a rude, awkward, or ill mannered person …   English World dictionary

  • boor — /boor/, n. 1. a churlish, rude, or unmannerly person. 2. a country bumpkin; rustic; yokel. 3. peasant. 4. Boer. [1545 55; < D boer or LG bur (c. G Bauer farmer), deriv. of Gmc *bu to dwell, build, cultivate; see ER1; cf. BOND2] Syn. 1 …   Universalium

  • Boor — Boor,   Helmut de, Germanist, * Bonn 24. 3. 1891, ✝ Berlin (West) 4. 8. 1976; war Professor in Leipzig, Bern und Berlin (Freie Universität, 1949 59); begründete mit H. Newald das Sammelwerk »Geschichte der deutschen Literatur« (auf mehrere Bände… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • boor — [buə US bur] n [Date: 1500 1600; : Dutch; Origin: boer; BOER] a man who behaves in a very rude way >boorish adj >boorishly adv …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • boor — [ bur ] noun count someone who behaves in a rude way and ignores other people s feelings …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • boor — (n.) 13c., from O.Fr. bovier herdsman, from L. bovis, gen. of bos cow, ox. Re introduced 16c. from Du. boer, from M.Du. gheboer fellow dweller, from P.Gmc. *buram dweller, especially farmer, from PIE *bhu , from root *bheue (see BE …   Etymology dictionary

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