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From Middle English bageard (marked by a badge), from bage (badge), from Patrono:Xno[[Category:Patrono:Xno derivations|Badger]] [[bage#Patrono:Xno|bage]] (emblem), referring to the animal's badge-like white blaze.

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Singular
Badger

Plural
Badgers

Badger (plural Badgers)
  1. A common name for any mammal of three subfamilies, which belong to the family Mustelidae: Melinae (Eurasian badgers), Mellivorinae (Ratel or honey badger), and Taxideinae (American badger).
  2. A native or resident of the American State of Wisconsin.
  3. (plural, vulgar, cant) A crew of desperate villains who robbed near rivers, into which they threw the bodies of those they murdered.
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Infinitive
to Badger

Third person singular
badgers

Simple past
badgered

Past participle
badgered

Present participle
badgering

to Badger (third-person singular simple present badgers, present participle badgering, simple past and past participle badgered)
  1. To pester, to annoy persistently.
    He kept badgering her about her bad habits.
  2. (British, informal) To pass gas; to fart.
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badge + -er

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Singular
Badger

Plural
Badgers

Badger (plural Badgers)
  1. A person who makes badges.


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From English badge

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  • IPA: /badʒe/

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Patrono:Fr-verb

  1. to use an identity batch

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