bydlo

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Polish bydło (cattle) in online culture as a derogatory term to designate someone who is considered backwards; compare the connotative uses of redneck and sheeple.

Noun[edit]

bydlo

  1. (pejorative) Someone who is backwards, lacking refinement and culture, usually referring to one of Slavic origin.

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Czech[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Slavic *bydlo.

Noun[edit]

bydlo n

  1. (archaic) livelihood

Usage notes[edit]

  • Today usually only used in the phrase "pálí ho dobré bydlo" (literally "he's being burnt by good livelihood", meaning: he doesn't appreciate how easy life he has, he doesn't know he's born).

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