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32.
A socialistic low life.

One who doesn't understand the world around them.

One who is unable to understand, to speak or to form creative ideas or thoughts.
'Greg'

'Greg was unable to form a proper sentance.'
'Greg is a moron.'

'Greg forgot how to read, so his homework was incomplete, therefore Greg is a moron.'

'Greg can't understand when he has lost, because he is a moron!"
by Guy2000 June 08, 2005
 
1.
Another word for George W Bush. Someone who lacks one shred of intellectual curiosity. Someone who uses the word 'misunderestimated'
Bush took first place at the world moron championships this year.
by Paul August 22, 2003
 
2.
i don't have a definition, i just thought it was funny that the second definition uses the word "stupider" to describe someone who is a moron.
did that moron just fuckin' say, "stupider?"
by pseudonymjones0 December 06, 2004
 
3.
n. A person whose IQ lies between 45 and 59. Slightly stupider than a retard (60-69) but still smarter than an idiot (below 45).
Bush is a moron.
by virus March 31, 2003
 
4.
Someone who looks up the word "moron" in a dictionary.
If you don't know what moron means, god help you! Dumbass!
by Cornbred December 05, 2004
 
5.
This refers to 90% of the population and there inability to make logical and common sense decisions.

The only way to deal with this is to treat everybody as a moron till proven otherwise.

How? Explain things to them like you would a child and hope they dont make a mistake
If you require an example you are probably part of the problem
by Azreil February 16, 2005
 
6.
Intelligence Quotient Scale:

Moron = 50-69

Imbecile = 30-49

Idiot = 29 & below
If you are calling someone a moron, you are actually saying the person is not an imbecile, since they are smarter than than that.
by Chris November 01, 2004
 
7.
Moron was originally a scientific term, coined by psychologist Henry Goddard from a Greek word meaning "foolish" and used to describe a person with a genetically determined mental age between 8 and 12 on the Binet scale. It was also once applied to people with an IQ of 51-70 and was a step up from "imbecile" (IQ of 26-50) and two steps up from "idiot" (IQ of 0-25). The word moron, along with "retarded" and "feeble-minded" (among others), was once considered a valid descriptor in the psychological community, though these words have all now passed into common slang use, exclusively in a detrimental context.
That person is a moron!
by zippy_little_thing May 25, 2006