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Oxford dictionary definition of the word bugger:
1 [with adjective] used as a term of abuse, especially for a man.
used to refer to a person, typically a man, for whom one feels pity or respect.
an annoyingly awkward thing.
2 derogatory a person who commits buggery.
1penetrate the anus of (someone) during sexual intercourse.
2 (often bugger someone/thing about) cause serious harm or trouble to.
[no object] (bugger about/around) act in a stupid or feckless way.
used to express an angrily dismissive attitude to (someone or something).
used to express annoyance or anger.
used to express surprise or amazement.
I’m buggered if ——
used to make the following clause negative.
not give a bugger
not care in the slightest.
play silly buggers
act in a foolish way.
well, I’m (or I’ll be) buggered
used to express one’s amazement at something.
[usually in imperative] go away.
Middle English (originally denoting a heretic, specifically an Albigensian): from Middle Dutch, from Old French bougre ‘heretic’, from medieval Latin Bulgarus ‘Bulgarian’, particularly one belonging to the Orthodox Church and therefore regarded as a heretic by the Roman Church. The sense ‘sodomite’ (16th century) arose from an association of heresy with forbidden sexual practices; its use as a general insult dates from the early 18th century