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Bard
/bärd/
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a poet, traditionally one reciting epics and associated with a particular oral tradition.
The bard sang of tales from far and wide in a hauntingly beautiful tone.
by kaosmoker September 30, 2018
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an ultraliberal, hippie dippie college in Annandale New York. Immoralized by Walter Becker of Steely Dan Fame who cursed the college in his song "My old school"
You're gonna live in a commune and make beaded belts? What, Couldnt get into Bard?
by Connecticutdoc June 20, 2009
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From the Gaelic "bàrd". A poet, musician, and entertainer. Also called a "minstrel" in some circles. Known through Latin as a "troubadour".
Strumming his lute, the bard sang of a tragic hero's love for a fair maiden, inciting fawning from the ladies of the court.
by Lorelili April 01, 2005
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A nickname for a buddy, bro, or bruh. Used to show friendship and buddy status. Although it may sound like a bad word, calling someone bard is something desired.
Ryan: How’s it going bard?
Chad: Good fam, just taking er easy.
by Swisscheesefordayseh October 29, 2017
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Celtic Word pertaining to individuals who are masters in the arts, music, story telling etc, as indeed the Celts were. Rabbie Burns Is a good Example of a Bard. Shakespeare on the other hand is not, as he is an English Twat who wrote boring and historically innacurate Plays
The Bard Is Celtic
skakespeare is not!
Google search Bard and see whats on top!
by william the wallace March 05, 2006
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a poet and jack of all trades, even a thief if a need arises, a bard is welcome everywhere because of his beautiful songs
The bard was playing a ballad and the whole inn went quiet, listening to his song.
by Morte October 12, 2003
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