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robber thug

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  • Thug — (th[u^]g; 277), n. [Hind. thag a deceiver, robber.] 1. One of an association of robbers and murderers in India who practiced murder by stealthy approaches, and from religious motives. They have been nearly exterminated by the British government.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • thug — [thug] n. [Hindi ṭhag, swindler < Sans sthaga, a cheat, rogue, akin to sthagayati, (he) hides < IE base * (s)teg , to cover > THATCH] 1. [also T ] a member of a former group in India that murdered and robbed in the service of Kali 2. a… …   English World dictionary

  • robber — [n] person who steals bandit, brigand, buccaneer, burglar, cardsharper*, cat burglar, cattle thief*, cheat*, chiseler*, con artist, corsair, crook, desperado, despoiler, fence, forager, fraud, grafter, hijacker, holdup artist*, housebreaker,… …   New thesaurus

  • thug — [19] Hindi thag means literally ‘robber, cheat’ (it is descended from Sanskrit sthaga ‘robber’, a derivative of sthagati ‘cover, hide’, which goes back ultimately to the Indo European base *steg , *teg ‘cover’, source also of English deck, detect …   The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • thug — thuggery /thug euh ree/, n. thuggish, adj. /thug/, n. 1. a cruel or vicious ruffian, robber, or murderer. 2. (sometimes cap.) one of a former group of professional robbers and murderers in India who strangled their victims. [1800 10; < Hindi thag …   Universalium

  • thug — /θʌg / (say thug) noun 1. a brutal, vicious, or murderous ruffian, robber, or gangster. 2. a bully, especially one who is overbearing and threatens violence. 3. (sometimes upper case) (formerly, in India) a member of a body of professional… …   Australian English dictionary

  • robber — I (Roget s IV) n. Syn. thief, burglar, housebreaker, pickpocket, mugger, shoplifter, cheat, crook*, bandit, holdup man, cat burglar, second story worker, sneak thief, bank robber, swindler, embezzler, peculator, pilferer, kleptomaniac, looter,… …   English dictionary for students

  • thug — [19] Hindi thag means literally ‘robber, cheat’ (it is descended from Sanskrit sthaga ‘robber’, a derivative of sthagati ‘cover, hide’, which goes back ultimately to the Indo European base *steg , *teg ‘cover’, source also of English deck, detect …   Word origins

  • thug — Synonyms and related words: Cain, Judas, Mafioso, adherent, apache, assassin, assassinator, bandit, battler, belligerent, belted knight, betrayer, bickerer, blade, bloodletter, bloodshedder, bravo, brawler, brigand, bucko, bully, bullyboy, burker …   Moby Thesaurus

  • thug — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. cutthroat, assassin, killer; ruffian, hooligan, tough, hoodlum, mugger, hood (sl.), goon (sl.), yegg (sl.), torpedo (sl.), gorilla (sl.). See evildoer. II (Roget s IV) n. Syn. gunman, gangster,… …   English dictionary for students

  • thug — θʌg n. killer; gangster; assassin; robber …   English contemporary dictionary


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