moron
noun Etymology: irregular from Greek mōros foolish, stupid Date: 1910 1. usually offensive a mildly mentally retarded person 2. a very stupid person • moronic adjectivemoronically adverbmoronism nounmoronity noun

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  • Moron — Mo ron (m[=o] r[o^]n), n. [Gr. mw^ros foolish, stupid.] 1. (Pedagogy) A mentally retarded person whose intellectual development proceeds normally up to about the eighth year of age and is then arrested so that there is little or no further… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • moron — (n.) 1910, medical Latin, from Greek (Attic) moron, neuter of moros foolish, dull, sluggish, stupid, probably cognate with Skt. murah idiotic. Latin morus foolish is a loan word from Greek. Adopted by the American Association for the Study of the …   Etymology dictionary

  • moron — ☆ moron [môr′än΄, mōr′än΄ ] n. [arbitrary use (by H. H. Goddard, 1866 1957, U.S. psychologist) of Gr mōron, neut. of mōros, foolish, akin to Sans mūrá , stupid] 1. a retarded person mentally equal to a child between eight and twelve years old: an …   English World dictionary

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