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pustulate | pustulated | pustulation | pustule | pustulous | Put | put about | put across | put aside | put away | put back



Noun, Verb (usu participle)


Putn. [See Pit.].
     A pit.  Chaucer.  [1913 Webster]
Put3d pers. sing. pres. 
     3d pers. sing. pres. of Put, contracted from putteth.  Chaucer.  [1913 Webster]
Putn. [Cf. W. pwt any short thing, pwt o ddyn a squab of a person, pwtog a short, thick woman.].
     A rustic; a clown; an awkward or uncouth person.  [1913 Webster]
    "Queer country puts extol Queen Bess's reign."  [1913 Webster]
    "What droll puts the citizens seem in it all."  [1913 Webster]
Putv. t. [AS. potian to thrust: cf. Dan. putte to put, to put into, Fries. putje; perh. akin to W. pwtio to butt, poke, thrust; cf. also Gael. put to push, thrust, and E. potter, v. i.].
  •  To move in any direction; to impel; to thrust; to push; -- nearly obsolete, except with adverbs, as with by (to put by = to thrust aside; to divert); or with forth (to put forth = to thrust out).  [1913 Webster]
    "His chief designs are . . . to put thee by from thy spiritual employment."  [1913 Webster]
  •  To bring to a position or place; to place; to lay; to set; figuratively, to cause to be or exist in a specified relation, condition, or the like; to bring to a stated mental or moral condition; as, to put one in fear; to put a theory in practice; to put an enemy to fight.  [1913 Webster]
    "This present dignity,
    In which that I have put you.
    "  [1913 Webster]
    "I will put enmity between thee and the woman."  [1913 Webster]
    "He put no trust in his servants."  [1913 Webster]
    "When God into the hands of their deliverer
    Puts invincible might.
    "  [1913 Webster]
    "In the mean time other measures were put in operation."  [1913 Webster]
  •  To attach or attribute; to assign; as, to put a wrong construction on an act or expression.  [1913 Webster]
  •  To lay down; to give up; to surrender.  [1913 Webster]
    "No man hath more love than this, that a man put his life for his friends."  [1913 Webster]
  •  To set before one for judgment, acceptance, or rejection; to bring to the attention; to offer; to state; to express; figuratively, to assume; to suppose; -- formerly sometimes followed by that introducing a proposition; as, to put a question; to put a case.  [1913 Webster]
    "Let us now put that ye have leave."  [1913 Webster]
    "Put the perception and you put the mind."  [1913 Webster]
    "These verses, originally Greek, were put in Latin."  [1913 Webster]
    "All this is ingeniously and ably put."  [1913 Webster]
  •  To incite; to entice; to urge; to constrain; to oblige.  [1913 Webster]
    "These wretches put us upon all mischief."  [1913 Webster]
    "Put me not use the carnal weapon in my own defense."  [1913 Webster]
    "Thank him who puts me, loath, to this revenge."  [1913 Webster]
  •  To throw or cast with a pushing motion “overhand,” the hand being raised from the shoulder; a practice in athletics; as, to put the shot or weight.  [1913 Webster]
  •  To convey coal in the mine, as from the working to the tramway.  Raymond.  [1913 Webster]
    "Put case that the soul after departure from the body may live."  [1913 Webster]
    "Coming from thee, I could not put him back."  [1913 Webster]
    "Mark, how a plain tale shall put you down."  [1913 Webster]
    "Sugar hath put down the use of honey."  [1913 Webster]
    "I hoped for a demonstration, but Themistius hoped to put me off with an harangue."  [1913 Webster]
    "We might put him off with this answer."  [1913 Webster]
    "For the certain knowledge of that truth
    I put you o'er to heaven and to my mother.
    "  [1913 Webster]
Put case, formerly, an elliptical expression for, put or suppose the case to be.
Syn. -- To place; set; lay; cause; produce; propose; state.
Putv. i. 
  •  To go or move; as, when the air first puts up.  Bacon.  [1913 Webster]
  •  To steer; to direct one's course; to go.  [1913 Webster]
    "His fury thus appeased, he puts to land."  [1913 Webster]
  •  To play a card or a hand in the game called put.  [1913 Webster]
To put about (Naut.), to change direction; to tack. -- To put back (Naut.), to turn back; to return. “The French . . . had put back to Toulon.” Southey. -- To put forth. (a) To shoot, bud, or germinate. “Take earth from under walls where nettles put forth.” Bacon. (b) To leave a port or haven, as a ship. Shak. -- To put in (Naut.), to enter a harbor; to sail into port. -- To put in for. (a) To make a request or claim; as, to put in for a share of profits. (b) To go into covert; -- said of a bird escaping from a hawk. (c) To offer one's self; to stand as a candidate for. Locke. -- To put off, to go away; to depart; esp., to leave land, as a ship; to move from the shore. -- To put on, to hasten motion; to drive vehemently. -- To put over (Naut.), to sail over or across. -- To put to sea (Naut.), to set sail; to begin a voyage; to advance into the ocean. -- To put up. (a) To take lodgings; to lodge. (b) To offer one's self as a candidate. L'Estrange.<-- put up or shut up --> -- To put up to, to advance to. [Obs.] “With this he put up to my lord.” Swift. -- To put up with. (a) To overlook, or suffer without recompense, punishment, or resentment; as, to put up with an injury or affront. (b) To take without opposition or expressed dissatisfaction; to endure; as, to put up with bad fare.
  •  The act of putting; an action; a movement; a thrust; a push; as, the put of a ball.  L'Estrange.  [1913 Webster]
  •  A certain game at cards.  Young.  [1913 Webster]
  •  A privilege which one party buys of another to “put” (deliver) to him a certain amount of stock, grain, etc., at a certain price and date.  [1913 Webster]
    "A put and a call may be combined in one instrument, the holder of which may either buy or sell as he chooses at the fixed price."  [1913 Webster]
Putn. [OF. pute.].
     A prostitute.  [1913 Webster]


Put, v. & n.
--v. (putting; past and past part. put)
1 tr. move to or cause to be in a specified place or position (put it in your pocket; put the children to bed; put your signature here).
2 tr. bring into a specified condition, relation, or state (puts me in great difficulty; an accident put the car out of action).
3 tr. a (often foll. by on) impose or assign (put a tax on beer; where do you put the blame?). b (foll. by on, to) impose or enforce the existence of (put a veto on it; put a stop to it).
4 tr. a cause (a person) to go or be, habitually or temporarily (put them at their ease; put them on the right track). b refl. imagine (oneself) in a specified situation (put yourself in my shoes).
5 tr. (foll. by for) substitute (one thing for another).
6 intr. express (a thought or idea) in a specified way (to put it mildly).
7 tr. (foll. by at) estimate (an amount etc. at a specified amount) (put the cost at {pound}50).
8 tr. (foll. by into) express or translate in (words, or another language).
9 tr. (foll. by into) invest (money in an asset, e.g. land).
10 tr. (foll. by on) stake (money) on (a horse etc.).
11 tr. (foll. by to) apply or devote to a use or purpose (put it to good use).
12 tr. (foll. by to) submit for consideration or attention (let me put it to you another way; shall now put it to a vote).
13 tr. (foll. by to) subject (a person) to (death, suffering, etc.).
14 tr. throw (esp. a shot or weight) as an athletic sport or exercise.
15 tr. (foll. by to) couple (an animal) with (another of the opposite sex) for breeding.
16 intr. (foll. by back, off, out, etc.) (of a ship etc.) proceed or follow a course in a specified direction.
17 intr. US (foll. by in, out of) (of a river) flow in a specified direction.
1 a throw of the shot or weight.
2 Stock Exch. the option of selling stock at a fixed price at a given date.

not know where to put oneself feel deeply embarrassed. put about
1 spread (information, rumour, etc.).
2 Naut. turn round; put (a ship) on the opposite tack.
3 trouble, distress.
put across
1 make acceptable or effective.
2 express in an understandable way.
3 (often in put it (or one) across) achieve by deceit.
put away
1 put (a thing) back in the place where it is normally kept.
2 lay (money etc.) aside for future use.
3 a confine or imprison. b commit to a home or mental institution.
4 consume (food and drink), esp. in large quantities.
5 put (an old or sick animal) to death.
put back
1 restore to its proper or former place.
2 change (a planned event) to a later date or time.
3 move back the hands of (a clock or watch).
4 check the advance of. put a bold etc. face on it see FACE. put the boot in see BOOT. put by lay (money etc.) aside for future use.
put down
1 suppress by force or authority.
2 colloq. snub or humiliate.
3 record or enter in writing.
4 enter the name of (a person) on a list, esp. as a member or subscriber.
5 (foll. by as, for) account or reckon.
6 (foll. by to) attribute (put it down to bad planning).
7 put (an old or sick animal) to death.
8 preserve or store (eggs etc.) for future use.
9 pay (a specified sum) as a deposit.
10 put (a baby) to bed.
11 land (an aircraft).
12 stop to let (passengers) get off. put-down n. colloq. a snub or humiliating criticism. put an end to see END. put one's foot down see FOOT. put one's foot in it see FOOT.
put forth
1 (of a plant) send out (buds or leaves).
2 formal submit or put into circulation.
put forward
1 suggest or propose.
2 advance the hands of (a clock or watch).
3 (often refl.) put into a prominent position; draw attention to.
put in
1 a enter or submit (a claim etc.). b (foll. by for) submit a claim for (a specified thing).
2 (foll. by for) be a candidate for (an appointment, election, etc.).
3 spend (time).
4 perform (a spell of work) as part of a whole.
5 interpose (a remark, blow, etc.). put a person in mind of see MIND. put it to a person (often foll. by that + clause) challenge a person to deny. put one's mind to see MIND.
put off
1 a postpone. b postpone an engagement with (a person).
2 (often foll. by with) evade (a person) with an excuse etc.
3 hinder or dissuade.
4 offend, disconcert; cause (a person) to lose interest in something.
put on
1 clothe oneself with.
2 cause (an electrical device, light, etc.) to function.
3 cause (transport) to be available.
4 stage (a play, show, etc.).
5 advance the hands of (a clock or watch).
6 a pretend to be affected by (an emotion). b assume, take on (a character or appearance). c (put it on) exaggerate one's feelings etc.
7 increase one's weight by (a specified amount).
8 send (a cricketer) on to bowl.
9 (foll. by to) make aware of or put in touch with (put us on to their new accountant). put-on n. colloq. a deception or hoax.
put out
1 a (often as put out adj.) disconcert or annoy. b (often refl.) inconvenience (don't put yourself out).
2 extinguish (a fire or light).
3 cause (a batsman or side) to be out.
4 dislocate (a joint).
5 exert (strength etc.).
6 lend (money) at interest.
7 allocate (work) to be done off the premises.
8 blind (a person's eyes).
put over
1 make acceptable or effective.
2 express in an understandable way.
3 US postpone.
4 US achieve by deceit. put a sock in it see SOCK(1). put store by see STORE.
put through
1 carry out or complete (a task or transaction).
2 (often foll. by to) connect (a person) by telephone to another subscriber. put to flight see FLIGHT(2). put together 1 assemble (a whole) from parts.
2 combine (parts) to form a whole. put under render unconscious by anaesthetic etc.
put up
1 build or erect.
2 raise (a price etc.).
3 take or provide accommodation (friends put me up for the night).
4 engage in (a fight, struggle, etc.) as a form of resistance.
5 present (a proposal).
6 a present oneself for election. b propose for election.
7 provide (money) as a backer in an enterprise.
8 display (a notice).
9 publish (banns).
10 offer for sale or competition.
11 cause (game) to rise from cover.
12 put (a sword) back in its sheath. put-up adj. fraudulently presented or devised. put upon colloq. make unfair or excessive demands on; take advantage of (a person).
put a person up to
1 inform or instruct a person about.
2 (usu. foll. by verbal noun) instigate a person in (put them up to stealing the money). put up with endure, tolerate; submit to. put the wind up see WIND(1). put a person wise see WISE. put words into a person's mouth see MOUTH.
putter n.
Put, var. of PUTT.



Boeotian, affirm, air, allege, announce, annunciate, apply, approximate, argue, ascribe, assert, assess, assever, asseverate, assign, attach, attribute, aver, avouch, avow, block, blockhead, boob, bowl, burden with, buy in, buy into, call, cast, catapult, change of pace, change-up, charge, chuck, chunk, clod, conceive, concenter, concentrate, contend, couch, couch in terms, couched, curve, dart, dash, declare, demand, dimwit, dolt, donkey, dope, downcurve, dullard, dumb cluck, dumbbell, dummy, dunce, embody in words, enjoin, enunciate, establish, exact, express, expressed, fastball, fasten upon, financier, fire, fix, fixate, fling, flip, focus, fork, formularize, formulate, formulated, forward pass, frame, freight with, give, give expression to, give words to, gowk, have, heave, hold, hurl, hurtle, idiot, impose, impose on, impose upon, impute, incurve, inflict on, inflict upon, insist, invest, invest in, issue a manifesto, jerk, jobbernowl, judge, knuckleball, lackwit, lamebrain, lance, lateral, lateral pass, launch, lay, lay down, lay on, lay out money, let fly, levy, lightweight, lob, looby, loon, maintain, make an investment, manifesto, moron, niais, nincompoop, ninny, ninnyhammer, nitwit, noddy, option, outcurve, paragraph, park, pass, peg, pelt, phrase, phrased, pitch, pitchfork, place, plow back into, plunge, pose, posit, post, predicate, prefer, present, presented, proclaim, profess, pronounce, proposition, propound, protest, put and call, put down, put in words, put it, put on, put the shot, put upon, reckon, refer, reinvest, render, rhetorize, right, risk, rivet, saddle with, say, screwball, seat, serve, service, set, set down, set out, settle, shot-put, shy, simpleton, sink, sink money in, sinker, slider, sling, snap, speak, speak out, speak up, speculate, spitball, spitter, spread, stand for, stand on, state, station, stick, stock option, straddle, strap, strip, stupid, style, styled, subject to, submit, suggest, task, tax, thickwit, throw, tilt, toss, transpose, turn, upcurve, vent, ventilate, venture, weight down with, witling, word, worded, yoke with




N possession, seizin, seisin, ownership, occupancy, hold, holding, tenure, tenancy, feodality, dependency, villenage, villeinage, socage, chivalry, knight service, exclusive possession, impropriation, monopoly, retention, prepossession, preoccupancy, nine points of the law, corner, usucaption, future possession, heritage, inheritance, heirship, reversion, fee, seigniority, primogeniture, ultimogeniture, futures contract, warrant, put, call, option, right of first refusal, bird in hand, uti possidetis, chose in possession, possessing, worth, possessed of, seized of, master of, in possession of, usucapient, endowed with, blest with, instinct with, fraught with, laden with, charged with, possessed, on hand, by one, in hand, in store, in stock, in one's hands, in one's grasp, in one's possession, at one's command, at one's disposal, one's own, unsold, unshared, entbehre gern was du nicht hast, meum et tuum, tuum est.


N amusement, entertainment, recreation, fun, game, fun and games, diversion, divertissement, reaction, solace, pastime, passetemps, sport, labor of love, pleasure, relaxation, leisure, fun, frolic, merriment, jollity, joviality, jovialness, heyday, laughter, jocosity, jocoseness, drollery, buffoonery, tomfoolery, mummery, pleasantry, wit, quip, quirk, giggle, titter, snigger, snicker, crow, cheer, chuckle, shout, horse laugh, belly laugh, hearty laugh, guffaw, burst of laughter, fit of laughter, shout of laughter, roar of laughter, peal of laughter, cachinnation, Kentish fire, tiger, play, game, game at romps, gambol, romp, prank, antic, rig, lark, spree, skylarking, vagary, monkey trick, gambade, fredaine, escapade, echappee, bout, espieglerie, practical joke, dance, hop, reel, rigadoon, saraband, hornpipe, bolero, ballroom dance, minuet, waltz, polka, fox trot, tango, samba, rhumba, twist, stroll, hustle, cha-cha, fandango, cancan, bayadere, breakdown, cake-walk, cornwallis, break dancing, nautch-girl, shindig, skirtdance, stag dance, Virginia reel, square dance, galop, galopade, jig, Irish jig, fling, strathspey, allemande, gavot, gavotte, tarantella, mazurka, morisco, morris dance, quadrille, country dance, folk dance, cotillon, Sir Roger de Coverley, ballet, ball, bal, bal masque, bal costume, masquerade, Terpsichore, festivity, merrymaking, party, blowout, hullabaloo, hoedown, bat, bum, bust, clambake, donation party, fish fry, jamboree, kantikoy, nautch, randy, squantum, tear, Turnerfest, yule log, fete, festival, gala, ridotto, revels, revelry, reveling, carnival, brawl, saturnalia, high jinks, feast, banquet, regale, symposium, wassail, carouse, carousal, jollification, junket, wake, Irish wake, picnic, fete champetre, regatta, field day, treat, round of pleasures, dissipation, a short life and a merry one, racketing, holiday making, rejoicing, jubilee, bonfire, fireworks, feu-de-joie, firecracker, holiday, gala day, red letter day, play day, high days and holidays, high holiday, Bank holiday, May day, Derby day, Saint Monday, Easter Monday, Whit Monday, Bairam, wayz-goos, bean feast, Arbor Day, Declaration Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Memorial Day, Thanksgiving Day, Mardi gras, mi-careme, feria, fiesta, place of amusement, theater, hall, concert room, ballroom, assemblyroom, music hall, park, plaisance, national park, national forest, state park, county park, city park, vest-pocket park, public park (public), arbor, garden, pleasure ground, playground, cricketground, croquet ground, archery ground, hunting ground, tennis court, racket court, bowling alley, green alley, croquet lawn, rink, glaciarum, skating rink, roundabout, merry-go-round, swing, montagne Russe, game of chance, game of skill, athletic sports, gymnastics, archery, rifle shooting, tournament, pugilism, sports, horse racing, the turf, aquatics, skating, sliding, cricket, tennis, lawn tennis, hockey, football, baseball, soccer, ice hockey, basketball, rackets, fives, trap bat and ball, battledore and shuttlecock, la grace, pall- mall, tipcat, croquet, golf, curling, pallone, polo, water polo, tent pegging, tilting at the ring, quintain, greasy pole, quoits, horseshoes, discus, rounders, lacrosse, tobogganing, water polo, knurr and spell, leapfrog, hop skip and jump, mother may I, French and English, tug of war, blindman's bluff, hunt the slopper, hide and seek, kiss in the ring, snapdragon, cross questions and crooked answers, crisscross, hopscotch, jacks, jackstones, marbles, mumblety-peg, mumble-the-peg, pushball, shinney, shinny, tag, billiards, pool, pingpong, pyramids, bagatelle, bowls, skittles, ninepins, kain, American bowls, tenpins, tivoli, cards, card games, whist, rubber, round game, loo, cribbage, besique, euchre, drole, ecarte, picquet, allfours, quadrille, omber, reverse, Pope Joan, commit, boston, boaston, blackjack, twenty- one, vingtun, quinze, thirty-one, put, speculation, connections, brag, cassino, lottery, commerce, snip-snap-snoren, lift smoke, blind hookey, Polish bank, Earl of Coventry, Napoleon, patience, pairs, banker, blind poker, draw poker, straight poker, stud poker, bluff, bridge, bridge whist, lotto, monte, three-card monte, nap, penny-ante, poker, reversis, squeezers, old maid, fright, beggar-my- neighbor, baccarat, ace, king, queen, knave, jack, ten, nine, eight, seven, six, five, four, trey, deuce, joker, trump, wild card, spades, hearts, clubs, diamonds, major suit, minor suit, bower, right bower, left bower, dummy, jackpot, deck, pair, two pair, three of a kind, straight, flush, full-house, four of a kind, royal flush, misere chess, draughts, checkers, checquers, backgammon, dominos, merelles, nine men's morris, go bang, solitaire, game of fox and goose, monopoly, loto, scrabble, scribbage, boggle, crossword puzzle, hangman, morra, gambling, toy, plaything, bauble, doll, teetotum, knickknack, magic lantern, peep show, puppet show, raree show, gallanty show, toy shop, quips and cranks and wanton wiles, nods and becks and wreathed smiles, entertainer, showman, showgirl, dancer, tap dancer, song-and-dance man, vaudeville act, singer, musician, sportsman, gamester, reveler, master of ceremonies, master of revels, pompom girl, arbiter elegantiarum, arbiter bibendi, archer, fan, toxophilite, turfman, amusing, entertaining, diverting, recreational, recreative, lusory, pleasant, laughable, witty, fun, festive, festal, jovial, jolly, jocund, roguish, rompish, playful, playful as a kitten, sportive, ludibrious, funny, very funny, hilarious, uproarious, side-splitting, amused, pleased with a rattle, tickled with a straw, laughing, risible, ready to burst, ready to split, ready to die with laughter, convulsed with laughter, rolling in the aisles, on the light fantastic toe, at play, in sport, Int, vive la bagatelle!, vogue la galere!, deus nobis haec otia fecit, dum vivimus vivamus, dulce est desipere in loco, (every room) hath blazed with lights and brayed wi, misce stullitiam consiliis brevem.


VB place, situate, locate, localize, make a place for, put, lay, set, seat, station, lodge, quarter, post, install, house, stow, establish, fix, pin, root, graft, plant, shelve, pitch, camp, lay down, deposit, reposit, cradle, moor, tether, picket, pack, tuck in, embed, imbed, vest, invest in, billet on, quarter upon, saddle with, load, lade, freight, pocket, put up, bag, inhabit, domesticate, colonize, take root, strike root, anchor, cast anchor, come to an anchor, sit down, settle down, settle, take up one's abode, take up one's quarters, plant oneself, establish oneself, locate oneself, squat, perch, hive, se nicher, bivouac, burrow, get a footing, encamp, pitch one's tent, put up at, put up one's horses at, keep house, endenizen, naturalize, adopt, put back, replace.


N commonality, commonalty, democracy, obscurity, low condition, low life, low society, low company, bourgeoisie, mass of the people, mass of society, Brown Jones and Robinson, lower classes, humbler classes, humbler orders, vulgar herd, common herd, rank and file, hoc genus omne, the many, the general, the crowd, the people, the populace, the multitude, the million, the masses, the mobility, the peasantry, king Mob, proletariat, fruges consumere nati, demos, hoi polloi, great unwashed, man in the street, mob, rabble, rabble rout, chaff, rout, horde, canaille, scum of the people, residuum of the people, dregs of the people, dregs of society, swinish multitude, foex populi, trash, profanum vulgus, ignobile vulgus, vermin, riffraff, ragtag and bobtail, small fry, commoner, one of the people, democrat, plebeian, republican, proletary, proletaire, roturier, Mr, Snooks, bourgeois, epicier, Philistine, cockney, grisette, demimonde, peasant, countryman, boor, carle, churl, villain, villein, terrae filius, son of the land, serf, kern, tyke, tike, chuff, ryot, fellah, longshoreman, swain, clown, hind, clod, clodhopper, hobnail, yokel, bog-trotter, bumpkin, plowman, plowboy, rustic, hayseed, lunkhead, chaw-bacon, tiller of the soil, hewers of wood and drawers of water, groundling, gaffer, loon, put, cub, Tony Lumpkin, looby, rube, lout, underling, gamin, rough, pot- wallopper, slubberdegullion, vulgar fellow, low fellow, cad, curmudgeon, upstart, parvenu, skipjack, nobody, nobody one knows, hesterni quirites, pessoribus orti, bourgeois gentilhomme, novus homo, snob, gent, mushroom, no one knows who, adventurer, man of straw, beggar, gaberlunzie, muckworm, mudlark, sans culotte, raff, tatterdemalion, caitiff, ragamuffin, Pariah, outcast of society, tramp, vagabond, bezonian, panhandler, sundowner, chiffonnier, Cinderella, cinderwench, scrub, jade, gossoon, Goth, Vandal, Hottentot, Zulu, savage, barbarian, Yahoo, unlicked cub, rough diamond, barbarousness, barbarism, boeotia, ignoble, common, mean, low, base, vile, sorry, scrubby, beggarly, below par, no great shakes, homely, homespun, vulgar, low-minded, snobbish, plebeian, proletarian, of low parentage, of low origin, of low extraction, of mean parentage, of mean origin, of mean extraction, lowborn, baseborn, earthborn, mushroom, dunghill, risen from the ranks, unknown to fame, obscure, untitled, rustic, uncivilized, loutish, boorish, clownish, churlish, brutish, raffish, rude, unlicked, barbarous, barbarian, barbaric, barbaresque, cockney, born within sound of Bow bells, underling, menial, subaltern, below the salt, dummodo sit dives barbarus ipse placet.


N fool, idiot, tomfool, wiseacre, simpleton, witling, dizzard, donkey, ass, ninny, ninnyhammer, chowderhead, chucklehead, dolt, booby, Tom Noddy, looby, hoddy-doddy, noddy, nonny, noodle, nizy, owl, goose, goosecap, imbecile, gaby, radoteur, nincompoop, badaud, zany, trifler, babbler, pretty fellow, natural, niais, child, baby, infant, innocent, milksop, sop, oaf, lout, loon, lown, dullard, doodle, calf, colt, buzzard, block, put, stick, stock, numps, tony, bull head, dunderhead, addlehead, blockhead, dullhead, loggerhead, jolthead, jolterhead, beetlehead, beetlebrain, grosshead, muttonhead, noodlehead, giddyhead, numbskull, thickskull, lackbrain, shallowbrain, dimwit, halfwit, lackwit, dunderpate, lunkhead sawney, gowk, clod, clod-hopper, clod-poll, clot-poll, clot-pate, bull calf, gawk, Gothamite, lummox, rube, men of Boeotia, wise men of Gotham, un sot a triple etage, sot, jobbernowl, changeling, mooncalf, gobemouche, dotard, driveler, old fogey, old woman, crock, crone, grandmother, cotquean, henhussy, incompetent (insanity), greenhorn, dunce, lubber, madman, one who will not set the Thames on fire, one who did not invent gunpowder, qui n'a pas invente' la poudre, no conjuror, fortuna favet fatuis, les fous font les festinas et les sages les mangen, nomina stultorum parietibus harrent, stultorum plena sunt omnia.

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