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Oxford dictionary definition of the word bastard:
1 archaic or derogatory a person born of parents not married to each other.
2 informal an unpleasant or despicable person:
he lied to me, the bastard!
[with adjective] British a person of a specified kind:
he was a lucky bastard
British a difficult or awkward undertaking, situation, or device:
it’s been a bastard of a week
1 archaic or derogatory born of parents not married to each other; illegitimate:
a bastard child
2(of a thing) no longer in its pure or original form; debased:
a bastard Darwinism
(of a handwriting script or typeface) showing a mixture of different styles.
bastard (sense 1 of the noun).
Middle English: via Old French from medieval Latin bastardus, probably from bastum ‘packsaddle’; compare with Old French fils de bast, ‘packsaddle son’ (i.e. the son of a mule driver who uses a packsaddle for a pillow and is gone by morning)