While ignorant implies doing or saying something foolish not knowing any better, ignant implies that the person knew damn well and chose to act foolish anyway.
"That ignant bitch took off with the car after I told her I needed to use it."
by Thrajin January 24, 2007
"Your ignant"
"You're uneducated."
by Mark October 21, 2004
Joe is an ignant fool!
by Anonymous November 30, 2002
proudly, willfully ignorant. Holding up one's ignorance as a virtue, and using it as rhetorical and moral leverage. cf. Ignorance.
"To the C students, I say, 'You too can be president of the United States.'" - George W. Bush
by The Bartender March 30, 2005
ignant, adj.
1. when you know you wrong
2. a term used to describe an action that, despite one's apparent ability to make better decision, defies accepted standards of behavior
1. " I know that ignant 'ho did not just rub up on my man."
2. "Why was that ignant youngsta rollin his blunt in the back of the bus?
by angela/caprice December 28, 2005
ebonics for 'ignorant.'
A: Waas up niga?
B: Waat ya fuckin be callin me?
A: Whateva bro you just ignant you ignant.
by kyster January 14, 2009
An abbreviated form of the word "ignorant"
-adjective

1. Lacking in knowledge or training; unlearned: an ignant or ignorant man.

2. Lacking knowledge or information as to a particular subject or fact: ignant of quantum physics

3. Uninformed; unaware

4. Due to or showing lack of knowledge or training: an ignant statement
1. He is very ignant out of class based off of his lack of "street" smarts

2. Ignant of the truths that lie withen every human being, looked outward- pushed ever outward
by singapore james October 19, 2013