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1bugger

noun bug·ger \ˈbə-gər, ˈb-gər\

Definition of BUGGER

1
:  sodomite
2
a :  a worthless person :  rascal
b :  fellow, chap
3
:  a small or annoying thing <put down my keys and now I can't find the buggers>

Origin of BUGGER

Middle English bougre heretic, from Anglo-French bugre, from Medieval Latin Bulgarus, literally, Bulgarian; from the association of Bulgaria with the Bogomils, who were accused of sodomy
First Known Use: 1555

2bugger

verb bug·ger \ˈbə-gər\

Definition of BUGGER

transitive verb
1
usually vulgar :  to commit sodomy with
2
:  damn
3
:  to put into disorder :  bungle, botch —often used with up

First Known Use of BUGGER

1598

3bugger

noun

Definition of BUGGER

:  a person who plants electronic bugs

First Known Use of BUGGER

1955

Other Audio Recording Terms

baffle, dub, fidelity, transcription, treble

Rhymes with BUGGER

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