Pronounced: Noun or adjective /ˈjakˌm-dōr/
1. A person defining their notoriety by outlandish claims of popularity or social connections of which cannot conform to location or stature.
2. A person or entity of unprecedented overbearing pride evidenced by an unwarranted superior manner toward inferiors.
3. A comment made of which is inherently inexplicable and cannot be maintained by citation, plausibility or docility yet should be classed as fact.
"Just been mistaken for Angelina Jolie",
"I made 11 million pounds by driving a car through a flaming pit of melting killer whales."
- A jaqmdor
"This one time, I was walking down a Miami beach with Peter Aundre and Liz Hurley came running up us with one of my ex's Micheal Jackson."
"I'm much better than you are because I'm richer than you"
- Person stating such a comment is a jaqmdor