from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Alternative form of beardy.
- n. A fish, the bearded loach, Nemachilus barbatus.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The bearded loach (Nemachilus barbatus) of Europe.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as beardy, 2.
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But there's another kind of beardie confirmation that doesn't get judged at dog shows.
Thinking of the beardie as a benign, public-spirited philanthropist is as out of date as flared trousers and Slade records.
Cloggie has a problem. 90% of his party, being paid up beardie-weirdies (and that's just the wimmin) - want him to get into bed with Bruin in the event of a well hung Parliament.
This is a man, remember, who in his column last weekend urged the Archbishop of Canterbury to close down the Church of England with the words: I tell you this, beardie.
But old beardie was wrong: happy families take all sorts of different forms.
Skeptics are not a bunch of beardie wierdies drinking real ale, wearing sci-fi T shirts and mumbling about conspiracy theories.
Regensburg = his rather controversial speech to his alma mater talking about Islam (last year?) 'What a burqa' and 'bash the bishop' were 2 consecutive days 'frontpage headlines about the weirdie-beardie Arch-Bish ...
True Christianity is about judgment, atonement and forgiveness and NOT unreciprocated outreach contrary to what the beardie-weirdie and his acolytes might say.
I have tried to address your concerns with an appropriate facial expression in a manner that will finally get past the resident beardie that has been censoring my posts since 2pm.
The beardie I had before the current one, Baby, blame my mom, she kept calling him her little baby and it stuck was named Payton and the cat just buddied up with him.
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