bastard English


bastard English
lauzīta angļu valoda

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  • Bastard — A bastard is an illegitimate child, and the word is also used as a derogatory term for an unpleasant person. Bastard may also refer to: * Bastard (Law of England and Wales), a child born to parents who are not married to one another * Bastard… …   Wikipedia

  • Bastard brothers — John (ca 1668–1770) and William Bastard (ca 1689–1766) were British surveyor architects, and civic dignitaries [Extracts from Hutchins History of Dorset records John Bastard was mayor of Blandford Forum in 1729, 1738, 1739, 1750, 1754 and 1759.… …   Wikipedia

  • Bastard Feudalism —    The term “bastard feudalism” refers to a society in which titled noblemen, and some members of the GENTRY, developed networks or affinities of sworn RETAINERS who provided political, legal, domestic, and military service in return for money,… …   Encyclopedia of the Wars of the Roses

  • English royal mistress — An English royal mistress is the unofficial title used to refer to the person who held the position of unmarried lover to the king of England either before or after his accession to the throne. Female lovers were, by convention, the most easily… …   Wikipedia

  • bastard — /ˈbastəd / (say bahstuhd) noun 1. an illegitimate child. 2. something irregular, inferior, spurious, or unusual. 3. Colloquial an unpleasant or despicable person: *He s a real bastard, my old man. –criena rohan, 1963. 4. Colloquial any person… …   Australian English dictionary

  • Bastard feudalism — The Dunstable Swan Jewel, a livery badge, about 1400 (British Museum) Bastard feudalism is a term that has been used to describe feudalism in the Late Middle Ages, primarily in England. Its main characteristic is military, political, legal, or… …   Wikipedia

  • Bastard Out of Carolina (film) — Infobox Film name = Bastard Out of Carolina caption = DVD cover for Bastard Out of Carolina director = Anjelica Huston producer = Amanda DiGiulio Gary Hoffman (executive producer) writer = Anne Meredith (teleplay) Dorothy Allison (book) starring …   Wikipedia

  • Bastard Boys — Infobox Television Film name = Bastard Boys caption = format = Drama runtime = 225 mins (110 min + 115 min) creator = director = Raymond Quint producer = writer = Sue Smith starring = Jack Thompson Colin Friels Dan Wyllie Geoff Morrell Rhys… …   Wikipedia

  • Bastard — This is a famous English surname of 11th century Norman French origins. William, the Conqueror, the former Duke of Normandy, was known as William, the Bastard, and the original name holders may well have been closely associated with him.… …   Surnames reference

  • bastard — [13] The idea underlying the word bastard appears to be that of a child born of an impromptu sexual encounter on an improvised bed, for it seems to echo Old French fils de bast, literally ‘packsaddle son’, that is, one conceived on a packsaddle… …   The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins