Facial hair slang
Another form is dasybead , says the Oxford English Dictionary , as formed by combining dazy , "in a dazed condition," and beard , either with the idea of a beard representing a man in general, or a scatter-brained man during a time when " most European men were clean-shaven. Put that all together and you get a young, inexperienced dude with some peach fuzz. The 19th century term is opposed to in print , meaning "exactly in order. It could be from the "exact regularity" of printing or the "pressing or crimping" of a ruff's pleats to make them "stand out in proper parallel order. Pogon- is a Greek combining form that means "the beard," while tropho means "food, nourishment.
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8 delightfully strange beard and mustache words
The Most Evocative Terms for Male Facial Hair - The Atlantic
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Top definition. Noticable hairs that grow on the face of hopefully a male and give him a more masculin look. These hairs can be in the form of a beard, gotee , sideburns, mustache, or maybe just a little peach fuzz.
In recognition of seasonal and year-long fascination with facial hair, here are some older terms for the non-clean-shaven. The very rare term barbatulous —a relative of barber— sounds like variation of barbarous , but it describes a quality that, traditionally, would not fit the barbarian lifestyle: having a teeny-weeny beard. This term dates from at least , and since the early s, beardolosists have called such itty-bitty growths beardlets. This extremely obscure word popped up in the early s.
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