noun go·liard \ˈgōl-yərd, -ˌyärd\

Definition of GOLIARD

:  a wandering student of the 12th or 13th century given to the writing of satiric Latin verse and to convivial living and minstrelsy
go·liar·dic \gōl-ˈyär-dik\ adjective

Origin of GOLIARD

Middle French
First Known Use: 15th century


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