Adjective
1. Having the lack of knowledge, or background/factual information of a particular thing in general. However, the effect in which this person will be proceeding with their "unproven knowledge" imbedded in their mind as if factual information, they, in turn, will plan on using it in the future to make false and incorrect statements based on what they didn't know about the particular thing, or may have heard as a majority of votes for.

And being ignorant does not mean stupid. There's a big difference between the two words.
1. During World War Two, in an American city(in the U.S.), two ignorant policemen arrested an Asian man who is in charge of a small store because he looked like a Chinese spy when he was really Japanese and not a spy.

2. Derek walked up to Shavam, noticing that he looked like he was from India, and asks him, "Are you Indian?" Shavam replies, "Yes." Derek then asks, "Say somethin' Indian." Shavam, confused, walks off. Kaitie, who was watching the whole conversation, walks up to Derek and tells him he is ignorant because of what he said.

3. Rebecca turned on a lamp and the bulb went out, so she went to get a new lightbulb, leaving the lamp switched to "ON". Freddy, her ignorant little brother, saw the bulbless lamp, and wondered what would happen if he stuck his finger in the lightbulb socket of the lamp, not knowing that he would get shocked.
by The Emolah(aka Emily Valentine) February 17, 2006
Dictionary.com defines ignorant as "lacking in knowledge or training; unlearned," "lacking knowledge or information as to a particular subject or fact," "uninformed; unaware," "due to or showing lack of knowledge or training." People today use the term "ignorant" to define people or statements they find rude or offensive. Unless the person's words actually are based on a lack of knowledge, he is not ignorant. Being rude and offensive is different from being unlearned.
I am ignorant of the definition of this word.
by k's definitions December 02, 2010
The inability to understand or comprehend someone else's point of view.
Person 1: Insert controversial subject here is wrong.
Person 2: That's what you think.
Ignorant person 1: No, you are just stupid for saying that.
Ignorant person 2: At least I know I'm right.
by Relyk March 03, 2009
not knowing the difference between waffles and pancakes
"Waffles are the same as pancakes, Frank"
"NO THEY AREN'T YOU IGNORANT FUCK"
by baruchel August 08, 2014
1. 98.9% of people of Urban Dictionary esp the ones who can make a sexual meaning out of every word in the english langauge that has nothing to do with sex.

2. The opposite of someone who thinks "outside of the box"

3. Someone misinformed about something and wants to stay that way because they are too one-sided to go beyond the borders of the way they think.

4. Comes from a sense of immaturity and lack of knowledge of a certain subject or topic.
Ignorant person: "Why is Obama in the WHITE house? He's black."

Educated person: "God, you are so ignorant."
by lesserknown91 September 05, 2010
the lack of knowledge. 90% of the American public.
This country is in big trouble because most Americans are so dam ignorant about anything and everything.
by krock1dk August 18, 2007
n. a person who portrays ignorant qualities and is non knowing of facts. used as insult.

adj. a derogatory term used to describe someone who should keep there goddamn mouth shut.

1. That person's such an ignorant, theyve had there turn signal on for the past 4 blocks.

2. yo, did you hear about that ignorant ass bitch? she called the cops on herself.
by joooossshhh December 20, 2008
a word from the root word ignore , some one with a closed mind incapable of learnin somthin new (some one to ignore)
we should ignore the ignorant
by ADAM NICOLIA April 10, 2008

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