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Bogger vs. Bugger

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Boggernoun

Someone associated with or who works in a bog.

Buggernoun

(obsolete) A heretic.

Boggernoun

A man who catches nippers (snapping prawns).

Buggernoun

Someone who commits buggery; a sodomite.

‘The British Sexual Offences Act of 1967 is a buggers′ charter.’;

Boggernoun

: an Irishman, now a yokel, an Irishman from the countryside or (sometimes) from anywhere other than Dublin and the Pale.

Buggernoun

A foolish or worthless person or thing; a despicable person.

‘He's a silly bugger for losing his keys.’; ‘The bugger′s given me the wrong change.’; ‘My computer's being a bit of a bugger.’;

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Boggernoun

A dare, a task that children challenge each other to complete.

Buggernoun

A situation that causes dismay.

‘So you're stuck out in the woop-woop and the next train back is Thursday next week. Well, that's a bit of a bugger.’;

Boggernoun

Someone who works to shovel ore or waste rock underground.

Buggernoun

Someone viewed with affection; a chap.

‘How are you, you old bugger?’;

Boggernoun

A lavatory: a room for urination and defecation.

‘So what if you kissed some bogan mole in the bogger at some 3rd-rate bar?’;

Buggernoun

A damn, anything at all.

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Boggernoun

Someone of the goth, skate, punk, or emo subculture.

Buggernoun

Someone who is very fond of something

‘I'm a bugger for Welsh cakes.’;

Boggernoun

Used particularly as an epithet or term of camaraderie or endearment.

Buggernoun

A whippersnapper, a tyke.

‘What is that little bugger up to now?’;

Buggernoun

One who sets a bug surveillance device; one who bugs.

Buggerverb

To sodomize.

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Buggerverb

To break or ruin.

‘This computer is buggered! Oh no! I've buggered it up.’;

Buggerverb

To be surprised.

‘Bugger me sideways! Bugger me, here's my bus. Well, I'm buggered!. Buggered if I know the answer to that.’;

Buggerverb

To feel contempt for some person or thing.

‘Bugger Bognor. (Alleged to be the last words of king George V of the United Kingdom in response to a suggestion that he might recover from his illness and visit Bognor Regis.)’;

Buggerverb

To feel frustration with something, or to consider that something is futile.

‘Bugger this for a lark. Bugger this for a game of soldiers.’;

Buggerverb

To be fatigued.

‘I'm buggered from all that walking.’;

Buggerinterjection

An expression of annoyance or displeasure.

‘Bugger, I've missed the bus.’; ‘Oh, bugger--’;

Buggerinterjection

Cutesy expression of very mild annoyance.

Buggernoun

One guilty of buggery or unnatural vice; a sodomite.

Buggernoun

A wretch; - sometimes used humorously or in playful disparagement.

Buggernoun

someone who engages in anal copulation (especially a male who engages in anal copulation with another male)

Buggerverb

practice anal sex upon

Bugger

Bugger or buggar can at times be considered as a mild swear word. In the United Kingdom the term has been used commonly to imply dissatisfaction, refer to someone or something whose behaviour is in some way inconvenient or perhaps as an expression of surprise.

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