from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A hunter.
- n. Informal A person regarded as silly, foolish, or stupid.
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- n. A silly or foolish person; An idiot.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. (Old Testament) a famous hunter
This nimrod is advocating government, by the libs for money and special interest.
One thing I do know — the worst thing that can happen to a beginning nimrod is to take a fine trophy the first time out.
The saddest part is that any information coming from anywhere will most likely be clamped down on and shut off from the regular folks, leaving us with that Kristin nimrod and Ausiello and his frak attacks …
DNFP, read the comment again nimrod, jwest wrote “mogoloid” not MONGOLOID”.
I really don’t know much about the funding of Thinkprogress other than the distict lack of advertising but if this Judd nimrod is getting paid theres 2 people need firing.
Or does "nimrod" mean something else to you, much as facts regarding 9/11 do?
A friend loaned his shotgun to Vern, while someone the Press termed a "nimrod" volunteered to fly with him and crawled into the front seat.
Attacks on a person's intellect because you don't like her ideology reveal more about the attacker than about the person being branded a "nimrod," an "ultraconservative right-winger," a "birther", or whatever.
Because the tower resulted in the wrath of the Lord and proved a disastrous idea, "nimrod" is sometimes used with yet another meaning: "a stupid person."
"nimrod" has seen some use in English as a noun meaning "tyrant" (apparently, the mighty Nimrod was not reputed to be an especially benevolent king), although that sense is now essentially obsolete.
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