Mactard

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Mac (a Macintosh computer) +‎ -tard

Noun[edit]

Mactard (plural Mactards)

  1. (slang, pejorative) One who uses or advocates Macintosh computers.
    • 2002 May 17, geek_girl, "Re: My little Bromo rant", misc.fitness.weights, Usenet,[1]
      Lyle is also a Mactard who should have learned his lesson from the last book.
    • 2003 July 20, Tonawanda Kardex, "Re: OT Recording industry on attack", alt.sports.basketball.nba.la-lakers, Usenet,[2]
      > Because any 'tard can manage to download stuff off of Kazaa.
      Except us Mactards.
    • 2005 June 14, Liam Slider, "Re: Linux Dev switching to OS X,Mac?", comp.sys.mac.advocacy, Usenet,[3]
      BTW, you Mactards keep claiming Mac is a Unix (which it isn't), so....when will you Unix guys settle on one "distro"?