"mongtard" meaning in All languages combined

Noun [English]

Audio: En-au-mongtard.ogg [Australia]
Etymology: mong (“person with Down syndrome”) + -tard Etymology templates: {{suffix|en|mong|tard|t1=person with Down syndrome}} mong (“person with Down syndrome”) + -tard Head templates: {{en-noun}} mongtard (plural mongtards) Forms: mongtards [plural]
  1. (UK, slang, derogatory) An extremely stupid person. Tags: UK, derogatory, slang
    Sense id: mongtard-en-noun-imnGtc7j Categories (other): British English

Inflected forms

Download JSON data for mongtard meaning in All languages combined (2.1kB)

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          "ref": "9 January 2004, Tricky Dicky [username], “OT:Anyone Know If AOL Use NAT (Network Address Translation)?”, in uk.media.dvd, Usenet",
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        {
          "ref": "13 November 2005, neil h, “Re: What Amazon doesn't want you to know.”, in uk.media.tv.misc, Usenet",
          "text": "How many groups have you posted this drivel to, you spamming mongtard?",
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          "ref": "9 November 2008, Grimly Curmudgeon [username], “Re: OT: Censuses”, in uk.rec.motorcycles, Usenet",
          "text": "Anyway, as I said up there, if the census points were properly run there would be no real holdups for the vast majority of drivers, but since they are apparently thought up and run by utter mongtards who have no appreciation of the disruption they cause for miles down the road, they can go take a flying fuck to themselves until they sort themselves out.",
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        "(UK, slang, derogatory) An extremely stupid person."
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