Bard
/bärd/
noun
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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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 30, 2017
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when you're so bored, and you're bored of saying bored, that you're bard.
Sean: im bard
Brad: im bard too
Sean: im brad the bard.
by rgx2richez April 9, 2020
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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 2, 2005
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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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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
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skakespeare is not!
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by william the wallace March 5, 2006
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