Vagrant

  • 1 Vagrant — Records Fundación 1991 Fundador(es) Rich Egan y Jon Cohen Distribuidor Fontana Distribution Género(s) Post hardcore, punk rock, emo, metalcore, rock …

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  • 2 Vagrant — Records ist ein US amerikanisches Plattenlabel, das sich insbesondere auf Musiker aus den Bereichen Punk und Emo bzw. Emocore spezialisiert hat. Gegründet wurde es 1992 vom Face to Face Manager Rich Egan und seinem Freund Jon Cohen in Hollywood,… …

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  • 3 vagrant — va·grant / vā grənt/ n [Anglo French wagerant vageraunt, from present participle of vagrer walcrer to wander about, drift, probably from Old Norse valka to roll, wallow]: one who has no established residence and wanders about without lawful or… …

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  • 4 Vagrant — Va grant, a. [Probably fr. OF. waucrant, wacrant, p. p. of waucrer, wacrer, walcrer, to wander (probably of Teutonic origin), but influenced by F. vagant, p. pr. of vaguer to stray, L. vagari. Cf. {Vagary}.] [1913 Webster] 1. Moving without… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 5 vagrant — [vā′grənt] n. [ME vagraunt, prob. < Anglo Fr wacrant, walcrant < OFr walcrer, to wander < Frank * walken (see WALK): infl. prob. by L vagari, to wander] 1. a person who wanders from place to place or lives a wandering life; rover 2. one… …

    English World dictionary

  • 6 vagrant — n *vagabond, truant, tramp, hobo, bum Analogous words: wanderer, roamer, rover (see corresponding verbs at WANDER) vagrant adj *itinerant, peripatetic, ambulatory, ambulant, nomadic Analogous words: moving, shifting (see MOVE vb): wandering,… …

    New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • 7 vagrant — ► NOUN 1) a person without a home or job. 2) archaic a wanderer. ► ADJECTIVE ▪ relating to or living like a vagrant; wandering. DERIVATIVES vagrancy noun. ORIGIN from Old French vagarant wandering about , from vagrer wander …

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  • 8 Vagrant — Va grant, n. One who strolls from place to place; one who has no settled habitation; an idle wanderer; a sturdy beggar; an incorrigible rogue; a vagabond. [1913 Webster] Vagrants and outlaws shall offend thy view. Prior. [1913 Webster] …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 9 vagrant — (n.) mid 15c., perhaps an alteration (by influence of L. vagari wander ) of Anglo Fr. wacrant, noun use of prp. of O.Fr. wacrer to walk or wander, from a Germanic source (e.g. O.N. valka wander ). The adjective is recorded from early 15c …

    Etymology dictionary

  • 10 vagrant — [n] person with no permanent home and often with no means of support drifter, floater, homeless person, itinerant, rolling stone*, street person, transient, wanderer; concept 423 …

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  • 11 vagrant — vagrantly, adv. vagrantness, n. /vay greuhnt/, n. 1. a person who wanders about idly and has no permanent home or employment; vagabond; tramp. 2. Law. an idle person without visible means of support, as a tramp or beggar. 3. a person who wanders… …

    Universalium

  • 12 vagrant — One in a state of vagrancy; one guilty of vagrancy. At common law, a vagrant was originally understood to be an idle person without visible means of support, who, though able to work for his maintenance, refused to do so. The idea connected with… …

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  • 13 vagrant — va•grant [[t]ˈveɪ grənt[/t]] n. 1) a person who wanders about idly and has no permanent home or employment; vagabond 2) law Law. an idle person without visible means of support, as a tramp or beggar 3) a person who wanders from place to place;… …

    From formal English to slang

  • 14 vagrant — I. noun Etymology: Middle English vagraunt, from Anglo French vageraunt, from present participle of vagrer to wander about, alteration (influenced by Latin vagari to wander) of wacrer to wander, of Germanic origin; akin to Old English wealcan to… …

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  • 15 vagrant — [[t]ve͟ɪgrənt[/t]] vagrants N COUNT A vagrant is someone who moves a lot from place to place because they have no permanent home or job, and have to ask for or steal things in order to live. He lived on the street as a vagrant. Syn: tramp …

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  • 16 vagrant — UK [ˈveɪɡrənt] / US noun [countable] Word forms vagrant : singular vagrant plural vagrants formal someone with no home or job who asks people for money …

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  • 17 vagrant — /ˈveɪgrənt / (say vaygruhnt) noun 1. someone who wanders from place to place and has no settled home or means of support; tramp. 2. a plant which grows outside the normal range for its species. 3. an animal which is off course in its migration.… …

    Australian English dictionary

  • 18 vagrant — n. & adj. n. 1 a person without a settled home or regular work. 2 a wanderer or vagabond. adj. 1 wandering or roving (a vagrant musician). 2 being a vagrant. Derivatives: vagrancy n. vagrantly adv. Etymology: ME f. AF vag(a)raunt, perh. alt. f.… …

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  • 19 vagrant — va·grant vā grənt adj having no fixed course: moving from place to place <a vagrant infection> …

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  • 20 vagrant — [ veɪgr(ə)nt] noun 1》 a person without a home or job.     ↘archaic a wanderer. 2》 Ornithology a bird that has strayed from its usual range or migratory route. adjective relating to or living like a vagrant; wandering. ↘literary unpredictable or… …

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