Goliardery



[gohl-yerd] /ˈgoʊl yərd/

noun, (sometimes initial capital letter)
1.
one of a class of wandering scholar-poets in Germany, France, and England, chiefly in the 12th and 13th centuries, noted as the authors of satirical Latin verse written in celebration of conviviality, sensual pleasures, etc.
/ɡəʊlˈjɑːdərɪ/
noun
1.
the poems of the goliards
/ˈɡəʊljəd/
noun
1.
one of a number of wandering scholars in 12th- and 13th-century Europe famed for their riotous behaviour, intemperance, and composition of satirical and ribald Latin verse

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