Ancient Roman battle-cry first used by soldiers di Nardo, Italy that has proven to strike fear into the hearts of opposing warriors while instilling courage, strength and kickassery to those that employ it. Now commonly used by elite drivers engaged in record breaking speed and endurance attempts at the The Nardo Ring, Nardo, Italy.
At the Battle of Edessa in 316 A.D. when 28,000 Roman troops surprised the right wing of the Persian Army coming out of the woods screaming "Nardo!", it was recorded to have been an utterly terrifying experience whereby the Persians immediately surrendered and begged for mercy from the Roman soldiers.
by Sophia Mastroianni October 04, 2013
An unbearable arrogant self-centered freak whose existence is marked by the search of a hot chilly vixen to make him feel Mr. Know-it-all in control.......at least for a while.
"Nardos are like mosquitos: nobody looks for them, they come to piss you off...and to bad nardos will never be wiped out" - Kaze Xoor
by Naty December 11, 2003