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It is everything we live for. the goodness of life
Dude, Stu that's so blaggard!
od uživatele Abby, Megan, Sarah, Laura 29. Leden 2005
 
1.
A villain, a rogue, an evil or "black-hearted" person, hence abreviated low brow U.K. style to "blaggard"
The blaggards marooned the crew, raped the women, and drowned the children.
od uživatele ZydecoSteve 18. Červenec 2005
 
2.
A person of dubious morals, sometimes with villainous intent and suspicious plots.
More often than not in cahoots with other shady characters.
You are a fool and a blaggard!
od uživatele 123lachlan 01. Červenec 2006
 
3.
From blackguard -- either concerning street urchins who would blacken clients' shoes, or from the house servants who worked in the dark quarters of the house: a person whose conduct or character is disgraceful, disgusting, morally unfit; a thief with evil intent; a contemptible scoundrel; a term of abuse; a foulmouthed person
I won't have that blaggard take one step in my quarters!
od uživatele William Thompson 02. Říjen 2007
 
4.
A person who manages to get away with not doing something by way of talking their way out of it, or by just going on and on and on until someone else does it or you just give up and do it yourself or by the time they've finished it doesn't need doing any more.
Man, I asked Mark to go and serve that customer and he just started fucking talking about something else and wouldn't shut up. By the time he'd finished Paul had stepped in served them. What a blaggard!
od uživatele MPCmonkey 30. Říjen 2004
 
5.
A person that is mischevious and breakes the rules.
some blaggard keeps ringing me and hanging up on me.
od uživatele Laura Quirke 31. Červenec 2003
 
6.
from the British slang blag which means to steal or rob usually by force, a blagger is the robber who usually robs by force, the word blaggard is a variance on these two concepts a slang on the slang if you will meaning a rogue-ish bastardly person, a con.
"Those pirates are blaggards to the bone."
od uživatele Ossric 04. Červenec 2005