Reverse Dictionary: IDO – IK


IDOL – adjectives
– IDOLASTER  idolatrous …1584
– IDOLATRIC pert. to idolatry; idolatrous …1669
– IDOLATRICAL † pert. to idolatry; idolatrous …1550
– IDOLATRIOUS †* idolatrous …1563
– IDOLATROUS of a person: worshipping images or idols; given to the worship of idols or false gods …1600
– IDOLISH † pert. to idols or their worship; heathenish; also, idolatrous …1577-87
– IDOLISTIC recognizing idols, idolatrous …1846
– IDOLOGRAPHICAL descriptive of idols …1826
– IDOLOLATRIC † idolatrous …a1711
– IDOLOLATRICAL † idolatrous …1550
– IDOLOLATROUS † idolatrous …a1641
– IDOLOTHYOUS † offered or sacrificed to an idol …1607
– IDOLOTHYTE † offered to an idol …1562
– IDOLOUS † of the nature of an idol; affected to idols; idolatrous …1546
idol – adverbs
– IDOLATRICALLY † in an idolatrous way …1669
idol – nouns 
– IDOLATRY the worship of idols or images; the paying or offering of divine honours to any created object …c1250
– IDOLET † a little idol …1674
– IDOLILLO † a diminutive idol …1646
– IDOLISM the act of idolizing, or making an idol of anything …1825
– IDOLODOULIA veneration of any inferior kind given to idols or images …1579
– IDOLOLATRY † idolatry …1550
– IDOLOMANCY divination by idols, images, or figures …1652
– IDOLOMANIA an infatuated devotion to idols; zealous idolatry …1660
– IDOLOMANY † an infatuated devotion to idols; zealous idolatry …1654
– IDOLOTHISM †* the practice of offering to idols …1607
– IDOLOTHYTE † a thing offered to an idol …1579
– IDOLRY † idolatry …1535
– MAHOMET † an idol …?a1500
– MAHOUND † a false god; an idol …c1205
– MARMOSET † an idol; used scornfully …1426
– PAGOD an image of a deity, an idol, esp. in India, China, etc. 1582 arch.
– PAGODA †* an idol or image …1634
idol – person
– ACE a close or best friend; one’s hero or idol …1941 Amer. sl.
– EIDOLOCLAST one who demolishes idols …1824
– IDOLANT † an idolater …1592
– IDOLASTER † a worshipper of idols or images; one who pays divine honours to an image or representation of a god, or to any natural object as a deity …c1386
– IDOLATER 1. a worshipper of idols or images; one who pays divine honours to an image or representation of a god, or to any natural object as a deity …c1380
2. an adorer, idolizer or devoted admirer of some person or thing; one who pays excessive devotion to a famous person …c1566 
– IDOLATRESS a female idolater …1613
– IDOLATRIZER one who idolizes; an idolater or idolizer …1642 
– IDOLIST a believer in or worshipper of idols; an idolater …1614
– IDOLOCLAST a breaker or demolisher of idols; an iconoclast …1843
– IDOLOLATER † an idolater …a1641
idol – verbs 
– IDOLATRIZE to make an idol of; to worship idolatrously; fig: to adore; to admire excessively; to idolize …1615
– IDOLIFY to make idol of …1838
– IDOLOLATRIFY † to make the object of idolatry …a1641
 
IDOLIZE – person
– IDOLATRIZER one who idolizes …1642
idolize – verbs 
– THINK THE SUN RISES AND SETS OUT OF SOMEONE’S ASS to worship stupidly; to idolize in a self-degrading manner …1969 sl.
– THINK THE SUN SETS IN THE CRACK OF SOMEONE’S ASS to worship stupidly; to idolize in a self-degrading manner …1914 sl.
– THINK THE SUN SHINES OUT OF SOMEONE’S ASS to worship stupidly; to idolize in a self-degrading manner …1966 sl.
– THINK THE SUN SHINES OUT OF SOMEONE’S ASSHOLE to worship stupidly; to idolize in a self-degrading manner …1980 sl.
 
IGNITE – adjectives
– APT-TINDING † having a tendency to ignite …1605
ignite – verbs
– TIND † to set fire to; to ignite, to light, to kindle, as a fire, lamp, torch, flame, etc. …a1000 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
 
IGNITING – adjectives
– IGNITIVE having the property of igniting or taking fire …1823
 
IGNITION – adjectives
– IGNITIOUS †* susceptible of ignition …1753
 
IGNOBLE – adjectives
– DUNGHILL * indicative of a lack of refinement and nobility; ignoble, base, despicable; unsophisticated …1576
– DUNGHILLED †* of low or inferior rank, birth, or character; debased, degenerate; ignoble, base …1600
– DUNGHILLY * of the lowest social status or rank; common, vulgar; also, ignoble, base, despicable, dishonourable …1616 arch.
– HEAN, HENE † mean, abject, poor; humble, lowly; abased, ignoble; miserable, wretched, dejected, humiliated; of little importance, trivial …c825
– NARROW-HEARTED mean, ungenerous, ignoble …c1200
– WAFF low-born, ignoble, without pedigree or honourable connections …1815 Sc.
ignoble – nouns 
– IGNOBLESSE † the quality of being ignoble …c1611 nonce word
 
IGNORANCE – adjectives
– BAYARDLY † characterized by the blindness and self-confidence of ignorance …1636
ignorance – nouns 
– IDIOTISM ignorance, lack of knowledge or culture …1635
– IGNORANCY † ignorance …1526
– IGNORANTNESS ignorance …1632
– ILLITERATURE want of learning, illiteracy, ignorance …1592
– KNOW-NOTHINGISM wilful ignorance …1856
– KNOW-NOTHINGNESS the state of knowing nothing; complete ignorance …a1841
– LEWDHEDE †* ignorance; want of skill, knowledge, or good-breeding; foolishness …1401
– LEWDNESS † ignorance; want of skill, knowledge, or good-breeding; foolishness …1362
– NESCIENCE lack of knowledge, ignorance …1612
– OMNINESCIENCE ignorance of everything; universal ignorance …1856
– PADDY’S PIG the epitome of ignorance …1974 NZ sl.
– SIMPLEHEAD † simpleness, ignorance …c1470
– SIMPLESSE † deficiency in knowledge or learning; ignorance; also, lack of mental acuteness, intellectual weakness, foolishness …c1400 obs. exc. arch.
– UNCUNNESS † ignorance …c1250
– UNWITENESS † ignorance …a1225
ignorance – interjections/phrases
– GREEN AS A YELLOW CABBAGE said of one who assumes ignorance or innocence …1889 Eng. dial.
– OFF TO ANOTHER NASA CONVENTION used for humour when someone who has been displaying their ignorance leaves a room …1991 US sl.
– SEARCH ME! expressing innocence or ignorance …1930s US Black sl.
 
IGNORANT – adjectives
– BOSS weak, ignorant …Bk1911 Sc.
– DARK void of intellectual light, mentally or spiritually blind; unenlightened, uninformed, destitute of knowledge, ignorant …c1374
– FAR BACK backward as regards progress, education, etc.; ignorant, uncouth …1950 Sc.
– FLUNKY ignorant, second-rate …L19 US sl.
– GOATY awkward; ignorant …Amer. World War I sl.
– GREEN AS A GOOSEBERRY, AS very ignorant of life; raw and uneducated, inexperienced …1842
– HALF-FOOL stupid, ignorant, half-witted …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– IGGY ignorant …1910s US sl.
– IGNORANT AS OWL SHIT very ignorant …1978 Amer. sl.
– IGNORANT AS PADDY’S PIG, AS very ignorant …1974 NZ sl.
– IMPERITE † unskilled, ignorant …1708
– INGRAM ignorant …Bk1902 Sc.
– INSCIOUS † not knowing; lacking knowledge; ignorant …1633
– JAY rustic, ignorant, unsophisticated …1889 Amer. dial.
– KNOWLEDGELESS lacking knowledge; ignorant; uninformed, uneducated …c1843
– KNOW-NOTHING that knows nothing; extremely or completely ignorant …1818
– LEWD † unlearned, unlettered, untaught, ignorant …a1225
– LEWED † ignorant, unlearned …c1325
– MULLET-HEADED stupid, ignorant …1857 Amer. dial.
– NESCIENT ignorant, destitute of knowledge …1626
– NESCIOUS †* ignorant; destitute of knowledge …1633
– NOT ENOUGH SENSE TO CARRY GUTS TO A BARREL ignorant, stupid …1967 Amer. dial.
– NOT ENOUGH SENSE TO CARRY GUTS TO A BEAR ignorant, stupid …1914 Amer. dial.
– NOT ENOUGH SENSE TO LAP ALUM AND DROOL very stupid, ignorant …1969 Amer. dial.
– NOT ENOUGH SENSE TO TOTE GUTS TO A BEAR ignorant, stupid …1960 Amer. dial.
– NOT KNOW A FROM A BATTLEDORE ignorant; illiterate …c1401 sl.
– NOT KNOW A FROM A BULL’S FOOT ignorant; illiterate …c1401 sl.
– NOT KNOW ANY MORE THAN ADAM’S OFF-OX ignorant; stupid …1978 Amer. dial.
– NOT KNOW AS MUCH AS A LAST YEAR’S BIRD NEST very stupid, ignorant …1966 Amer. dial.
– NOT KNOW B FROM A BULL’S FOOT ignorant; illiterate …c1401 sl.
– NOT KNOW DIDDLY ignorant …1985 Amer. dial.
– NOT KNOW FROM NOTHING to be ignorant …1936 US sl.
– NOT KNOW ONE’S ARSE FROM ONE’S ELBOW to be ignorant …1930 sk,
– NOT KNOW ONE’S ASS FROM A HOLE IN THE GROUND ignorant, stupid, or confused …1936 Amer. sl.
– NOT KNOW ONE’S ASS FROM A HOT ROCK ignorant, stupid, or confused …1939 Amer. sl.
– NOT KNOW ONE’S ASS FROM A JUG OF APPLE CIDER ignorant, stupid, or confused …1972 Amer. sl.
– NOT KNOW ONE’S ASS FROM A MUSKET ignorant, stupid, or confused …1862 Amer. sl.
– NOT KNOW ONE’S ASS FROM A PITCHFORK ignorant, stupid, or confused …1985 Amer. sl.
– NOT KNOW ONE’S ASS FROM A RIFLE BARREL ignorant, stupid, or confused …1972 Amer. sl.
– NOT KNOW ONE’S ASS FROM A STALK OF BANANAS ignorant, stupid, or confused …1939 Amer. sl.
– NOT KNOW ONE’S ASS FROM A WIND SCOOP ABOUT SHIP’S WORK ignorant, stupid, or confused …1958 Amer. sl.
– NOT KNOW ONE’S ASS FROM ICE CREAM ignorant, stupid, or confused …1983 Amer. sl.
– NOT KNOW ONE’S ASS FROM MAMMOTH CAVE ignorant, stupid, or confused …1947 Amer. sl.
– NOT KNOW ONE’S ASS FROM ONE’S AILERON ignorant, stupid, or confused …1969 Amer. sl.
– NOT KNOW ONE’S ASS FROM ONE’S ARMPIT ignorant, stupid, or confused …1962 Amer. sl.
– NOT KNOW ONE’S ASS FROM ONE’S ELBOW ignorant, stupid, or confused …1897 sl.
– NOT KNOW ONE’S ASS FROM ONE’S LEFT FOOT ignorant, stupid, or confused …1966 Amer. sl.
– NOT KNOW ONE’S ASS FROM PORK SAUSAGE ignorant, stupid, or confused …1970 Amer. sl.
– NOT KNOW ONE’S ASS FROM THE BACK SIDE OF A CHECKER BOARD ignorant, stupid, or confused …1972 Amer. sl.
– NOT KNOW ONE’S ASS FROM THIRD BASE ignorant, stupid, or confused …1955 Amer. sl.
– NOT KNOW ONE’S BRASS FROM ONE’S OBOE to be very ignorant; to be stupid …
– NOT KNOW SHIT FROM SHINOLA to be ignorant …c1930 US sl.
– NOT KNOW SIC ‘EM very ignorant or stupid …1907 Amer. dial.
– NOT KNOW YOUR ARSE FROM A HOLE IN THE GROUND to be completely ignorant …1982 UK sl.
– NOT KNOW YOUR ARSE FROM YOUR ELBOW to be ignorant …1930 UK sl.
– NOT TO KNOW A BEE FROM A BULL’S FOOT to be ignorant or stupid …1812 Amer. dial.
– NOT TO KNOW A FROM B to be ignorant; not to have the most rudimentary knowledge …1952 Amer. dial.
– NOT TO KNOW APPLES FROM ORANGES to be ignorant of the most rudimentary forms of knowledge …1969 Amer. dial.
– NOT TO KNOW BEESWAX FROM BULL FOOT to be ignorant or stupid …1966 Amer. dial.
– NOT TO KNOW B FROM A BROOMSTICK to be ignorant or illiterate …1856 Amer. dial.
– NOT TO KNOW B FROM A BUFFALO’S FOOT to be ignorant or illiterate …1832 Amer. dial.
– NOT TO KNOW B FROM A BULL’S FOOT to be ignorant or illiterate …1792 Amer. dial.
– NOT TO KNOW B FROM BAT’S FOOT to be ignorant or illiterate …1965 Amer. dial.
– NOT TO KNOW B FROM BULL to be ignorant or illiterate …1965 Amer. dial.
– NOT TO KNOW B FROM BULLFROG to be ignorant or illiterate …1965 Amer. dial.
– NOT TO KNOW B FROM BULL’S ASS to be ignorant or illiterate …1965 Amer. dial.
– NOT TO KNOW B FROM BULL’S BAG to be ignorant or illiterate …1927 Amer. dial.
– NOT TO KNOW B FROM BULLSHIT to be ignorant or illiterate …1965 Amer. dial.
– NOT TO KNOW B FROM BULLY to be ignorant or illiterate …1965 Amer. dial.
– NOT TO KNOW ONE’S ARSE FROM ONE’S ELBOW to be ignorant; not to possess the most rudimentary knowledge; very stupid …1965 Amer. dial.
– NOT TO KNOW ONE’S ASS FROM ONE’S ELBOW to be ignorant; not to possess the most rudimentary knowledge; very stupid …1965 Amer. dial.
– NOT TO KNOW ONE’S ASSHOLE FROM ONE’S ELBOW to be ignorant; not to possess the most rudimentary knowledge; very stupid …1965 Amer. dial.
– NOT TO KNOW PEADOODLE not to know anything, ignorant …2000 Amer. dial.
– NOT TO KNOW PEA-TURKEY not to know the simplest thing; ignorant …1984 Amer. dial.
– OMNINESCIENT ignorant of everything …1890
– PIG-IGNORANT extremely ignorant …1972 sl.
– RAW-GABBED speaking confidently and authoritatively on a subject of which one is ignorant …B1900 Sc.
– RED-NECKED pert. to a redneck; poor, ignorant, narrow-minded, boorish, racist; belligerent, loud …1986 Amer. dial.
– RED-NECKY pert. to a redneck; poor, ignorant, narrow-minded, boorish, racist; belligerent, loud …1986 Amer. dial.
– SILLY † unlearned, unsophisticated, simple, rustic, ignorant …a1547 obs. or arch.
– SIMPLE-HEARTED † ignorant, simple-minded …c1400
– UNACQUAINT not acquainted, unfamiliar, ignorant …1716 Sc.
– UNASINOUS agreeing in stupidity; displaying ignorance or foolishness by all …1656
– UNAWARES † ignorant, not aware, of something …1548
– UNBOOTED native, ignorant …1940s US Black sl.
​- UNCLEAR ON THE CONCEPT completely and dramatically ignorant about a particular subject …1988 US sl.
– UNCONFIRMED † uninstructed, ignorant …1588 obs.
– UNCOUTH †* unknowing, ignorant …c1220
– UNCUNNING ignorant, stupid …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– UNHEP unaware, unsophisticated, ignorant …1930s sl., orig. US
– UNHIP unaware, unsophisticated, ignorant …1930s sl., orig. US
– UNHIPPED unaware, unsophisticated, ignorant …1930s sl., orig. US
– UNKNOWNST ignorant …1848 Ireland
– WET BEHIND THE EARS inexperienced, raw, ignorant …1914 Amer. sl.
ignorant – nouns
– IGNORATION † the fact of being ignorant; mistaking or misunderstanding through want of knowledge …1612
– IGNOTION † an ignorant notion; a notion falsely so called …1647 nonce word
ignorant – person 
– ANNAHYDION an ignorant, ill-informed person …Bk1997 Irish sl.
– APPLE KNOCKER a yokel or bumpkin; an ignorant or naive person …1902 US colloq.
– ARCHIE BUNKER (derogatory) a man whose background, outlook, and behaviour are likened to those of the television character Archie Bunker, esp. a blue-collar worker having (and vehemently expressing) views considered ignorant or bigoted; also, a person characterized as having ignorant or bigoted views and a vehement, outspoken manner …1971 US colloq.
– BAAL AGALA an ignoramus; an uncouth person …Bk1982 Jewish usage
– BARBER’S CLERK a shop-boy who attempts to pass himself off as a gentleman; an ignoramus …1821 UK sl.
– BAWBAG an ignorant, obnoxious, or otherwise detestable person, esp. a man; often used as a disparaging form of address …1999 Sc.
– BAYARD one blind to the light of knowledge, who has the self-confidence of ignorance …a1529
– BEAR’S ASS a fool; an ignoramus …1969 US college sl.
– BIFFO a Big Ignorant Fucker From Offaly …1996 Irish sl. 
– BLIND BUZZARD a worthless, stupid, or ignorant person …1377
– BUFFLEHEAD a fool, a blockhead, a simpleton, a stupid person, a silly person, an ignoramus …1659
– BUNGO a crude, boorish, ignorant Black person, a country bumpkin …20C W. Indies & Jamaica
– BUZZARD a worthless, stupid, or ignorant person …1377
– CÁBÓG an ignorant male; a rustic clodhopper …2004 Irish sl.
– CALF an ignoramus; a dolt; a weakling …1553 sl.
– CHERRY PICKER an ignorant rustic; a fool …1929 US sl.
– CHUPIDEE, CHUPIDDY, CHUPIDIE, CHUPIDY a gullible, ignorant fool …20C W. Indies sl.
– COUNTRY IKE an uncouth, ignorant or rude fellow; a rustic …L19 sl.
– CRAZY IKE an uncouth, ignorant or rude fellow; a rustic …1915 Amer. dial.
– FLY-CATCHER an open-mouthed,  ignorant person …c1820 colloq.
– FUZZ-TAIL an unpleasant or ignorant fellow; an unpopular fellow …1930 sl.
– FUZZY-TAIL an unpleasant or ignorant fellow; an unpopular fellow …1918 sl.
– GABY a simpleton; a fool; a blockhead; a stupid or silly fellow; one who gapes and stares about in ignorant wonder …1796 colloq. & Eng. dial.
– GANCH an awkward, silly fellow; a fool; a boor; an ignoramus; someone who behaves badly …Bk1880 N. Ireland
– GAUNCH an ignoramus; someone who behaves badly; a fool; a boor …1997 Ulster sl.
– GAWNICUS a fool, a dolt, a stupid fellow, an ignoramus, a simpleton …1867 Amer. dial.
– GAZOONEY, GAZOONIE, GAZOONY a boy or lad; an inexperienced youth; a foolish, ignorant or eccentric fellow; a naive person …1914 US sl.
– GLOWBASON an ignorant, rough woman; a term of great contempt …B1900 Eng. dial.
– GLUNDER an ignorant, sour-tempered fellow …1824 Sc.
– GLUNNER  an ignorant, morose, sour-tempered fellow …1824 Sc.
– GLUNTER  an ignorant, morose, sour-tempered fellow …1824 Sc.
– GNAW-POST a stupid, ignorant person; a silly fellow; a fool, a simpleton …1856 Eng. dial.
– GOBSHITE a stupid, incompetent, or contemptible person, esp. an ignorant loudmouth …M20 sl., chiefly Irish
– GONUS a fool, a dolt, a stupid fellow, an ignoramus, a simpleton …1842 Amer. dial.
– GOONUS a fool, a dolt, a stupid fellow, an ignoramus, a simpleton …1959 Amer. dial.
– GOOSE AMONG SWANS, A an uncomely or ill-favoured person in the midst of beautiful ones; an uncultivated person among the cultivated; an ignorant person among the learned …1738
– GREENHEAD an inexperienced or ignorant person
– GREENHORN an inexperienced person; a novice; a raw recruit; an ignoramus; a simpleton
– GREENIE a greenhorn …M19 colloq.
– GRUBBER a person who is coarse, ignorant, or offensive …1941 Amer. sl.
– HAINT a country bumpkin; a backward ignorant person …Bk2006 Amer. college & university sl.
– HAIVREL, HAVEREL, HAVERIL, HAVREL a person given to foolish or inconsequential chatter or gossip; also, a stupid or ignorant person, a fool, a simpleton …1772 Sc.
– HAWBUCK an ungainly or clumsy person; an unmannerly lout; a country bumpkin or clown; a rude, ignorant rustic; a coarse, vulgar lad; a foolish or stupid fellow; a simpleton; a noisy, rough, turbulent young man …1787
– HAWNYOCK an inexperienced or ignorant person; a hick; a low-class or insignificant person …1943 Amer. dial.
– HERBY FROM DERBY a hick; an ignorant or silly fellow …Bk1945 jive usage
– HICK an ignorant countryman; a peasant; a farmer …1565
– HILLBILLY a person from a remote rural or mountainous area, esp. of the south-eastern US; an uncouth person from such an area; a backward, ignorant, coarse person; a rustic, unsophisticated country person …1900 chiefly US
– HILL WILLIAM a countrified or rustic person; an ignorant or uncouth person …1965 Amer. dial.
– I.D.B. an Ignorant Dutch Bastard …1920s Cockneys’ sl.
– IDIOT † a person without learning; an unlearned, ignorant, or uneducated man; a simple man; a clown …1377
– IDIOTIST †* a person without learning; an ignorant, uneducated man; a simple man; a clown …1715
– IG MAN an ignorant man; a fool …20C US Black sl.
– IGNANT an ignorant, stupid person …1940s US Black sl.
– IGNARO † one that is ignorant; a fool, a blockhead, a dunce, an ignoramus …1620
– IGNORAMO † an ignorant person …1623
– IGNUTS an ignorant fool …1934 US sl. 
– IKE an uncouth, ignorant or rude fellow; a rustic …1896 Amer. dial.
– IMPERITE † an unskilled or ignorant person …1622
– JABBERKNOWL, JABBERNOWL a prating blockhead; a term of contempt for an ignorant person …1790 Eng. dial.
– JACKASS a stupid or foolish person; an ineffective and incompetent person; a dolt or an oaf; a blockhead; an ignoramus; a term of contempt…1823 
– JACKPINE FARMER a woods-dweller, esp. one thought to be ignorant or uncultivated …1973 Amer. dial.
– JACKPINE SAVAGE a woods-dweller, esp. one thought to be ignorant or uncultivated …1957 Amer. dial.
– JAY a person or fellow; a rustic or countrified person; one considered ignorant, awkward, or unsophisticated; a dull, stupid person …1890 Amer. dial.
– JAYBIRD a person or fellow; a rustic or countrified person; one considered ignorant, awkward, or unsophisticated; a dull, stupid person …1886 Amer. dial.
– JAYHAWK a person or fellow; a rustic or countrified person; one considered ignorant, awkward, or unsophisticated; a dull, stupid person …1907 Amer. dial.
– JAYHAWKER a person or fellow; a rustic or countrified person; one considered ignorant, awkward, or unsophisticated; a dull, stupid person …1911  Amer. dial.
– JEFF (derogatory) an ignorant, unsophisticated, or boring person; a pest …1938 Amer. dial.
– JEFF DAVIS (derogatory) an ignorant, unsophisticated, or boring person; a pest …1946 Amer. dial.
– JEFFER (derogatory) an ignorant, unsophisticated, or boring person; a pest …1969 Amer. dial.
– KNOW-LITTLE * a person who knows little; an ignoramus …1651
– KNOW-NOTHING a person who knows nothing; a very ignorant person …1812
– LINTBRAIN a foolish, dim-witted, or ignorant person …1990 US sl.
– LINTHEAD a foolish, dim-witted, or ignorant person …1960 US sl.
– LUNK-HEAD an ignoramus …Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
– MOME †* a fool, a stupid or silly person; a blockhead, a simpleton; a dull, ignorant person; a dolt …1550
– MOOR-POOT a young person; an ignorant fellow …Bk1852 Eng. dial.
– MOUNTAINER * a person who is native to or lives in a mountainous region; a person living in a mountainous region regarded as ignorant, uncivilized, or uneducated …1577
– MOUNTAIN GRILL (derogatory) a rustic, a hillbilly; an uncouth, ignorant, often ill-mannered boy or man …1929 Amer. dial.
– MULLET-HEAD a stupid, ignorant person …1912 Amer. dial.
– MULLY a shiftless rustic; a poor, ignorant person …1989 Amer. dial.
– PEASANT someone considered ignorant, stupid, or awkward; an uncouth or uncultured person …1943 colloq.
– PHILISTER an ignorant or prejudiced person …1828
– QUACKSALVER an ignorant person who pretends to a knowledge of medicine or of wonderful remedies …1579
– QUACO an unsophisticated, ignorant person; a countrified person …1799 W. Indies sl.
– QUAMIN an unsophisticated, ignorant person; a countrified person …1943 W. Indies sl.
– QUARMIN an unsophisticated, ignorant person; a countrified person …1943 W. Indies sl. 
– REDNECK (derogatory) a poor, White, rural Southerner; a White person perceived as ignorant, narrow-minded, boorish, or racist …1891 Amer. dial.
– SARACEN † an ignorant and tasteless person; a barbarian …1714
– SAWNEY a fool or simpleton; a silly, half-witted fellow; an ignorant country lout; a soft, good-natured fellow; a clumsy person; a thug …a1700 
– SIMPLE an ignorant or foolish person …1643
– SIMPLES those who are unlearned, ignorant, easily misled, unsuspecting, etc. …1560
– SIMPLICIAN † a simple, ignorant, or innocent person; a simpleton …1600-9
– SIMPLITIAN * a simple or ignorant fellow; a simpleton …1600-9
– SNODDIE an ignorant, stupid fellow …B1900 Sc.
– UNWEOTE † an ignorant person …a1225
– WOOFIT an oaf; an ignorant person; also, a term of endearment to an infant …Bk1855 Eng. dial.
– YAHOE a loutish, ignorant, or inexperienced person; an unsophisticated rustic …1851 Amer. dial.
– YAHOO a degraded or bestial person; a lout, a boor; an ignorant, or inexperienced person; an unsophisticated rustic …1726
– YAP an egotistic, yet ignorant fellow …Bk1914 Amer. dial.
– YOKEL (usually derogator) a term of contempt for a (stupid or ignorant) countryman or rustic; an uneducated and unsophisticated, gullible person from the countryside; a country bumpkin; a lout; an oaf …1812
ignorant – verbs
– BAG ONE’S BOWLINE to perform or talk about a task unskilfully or ignorantly …1975 Amer. dial. ​
– MISKNOW to be ignorant of, not to know; to misunderstand, to fail to recognize …1660 Sc.  
– UNKEN to fail to know or recognize; to be ignorant …1788 Sc.
ignorant – phrases
– NOT KNOW ONE’S ARSE FROM A HOLE IN THE GROUND to be very stupid or ignorant …1968
– NOT KNOW ONE’S ARSE FROM ONE’S ELBOW to be very stupid or ignorant …1944
– NOT KNOW ONE’S ASS FROM A HOLE IN THE GROUND to be very stupid or ignorant …1935
– NOT KNOW ONE’S ASS FROM A MUSKET to be very stupid or ignorant …1862
– NOT KNOW ONE’S ASS FROM ONE’S ELBOW to be very stupid or ignorant …1941
– NOT KNOW ONE’S ASS FROM THIRD BASE to be very stupid or ignorant …1962
 
IGNORANTLY – adverbs
– IMPERITELY † ignorantly …1657
– LEWDLY † ignorantly; foolishly …c1380
 
IGNORE – verbs
– BLANK to deliberately ignore someone …1977 Brit. sl.
– BLINK to ignore, to evade …Bk1911 Sc.
– COP A DEAF ‘UN to pretend to be deaf or at least not to hear the last statement; hence to deliberately ignore any form of wrongdoing …1920s sl.
– DANCE ASS to ignore the needs of others …2003 Trinidad and Tobago sl.
– DEADHEAD to ignore …2002 UK sl.
– DISRECOGNIZE to discount, to ignore …1974 Amer. dial.
– DOG to intentionally ignore …20C teen & high school sl.
– FADE to ignore, to erase, to get rid of …1990s US Black sl.
– FAKE ON SOMEONE to ignore …1970s US Black sl.
– FAKE OUT to ignore …1990s US Black sl.
– FAN to ignore someone or something; to cut a class …Bk2006 US sl.
– FART OFF to slight; to neglect; to ignore…1942 Amer. sl.
– GAFF to insult, to ignore …1980s US college sl.
– GIVE THE IG to ignore a person deliberately, to snub …1930s sl., orig. US Black
– HAVE THE BLIND EYE, TO deliberately to ignore or pretend not to see that which is inconvenient …Bk1922
– IG(G) to ignore; to snub; to reject …1946 Amer. dial.
– KISS OFF to ignore or dismiss rudely and abruptly …1935 US sl.
– LET HIM R.I.P let him rip, i.e. don’t bother about him …L19 sl.
– MISKEN to mistake, not to recognize, to be ignorant of; to ignore, to disown, to refuse to notice …1660 Sc. & Eng. dial.  
– NUT ON to ignore …1966 Amer. sl.
– PASS to ignore, to have no interest …L19 sl.
– PASS UP to ignore, to have no interest …L19 sl.
– PAY NO MIND to ignore …1910s US sl.
– PUT A PASS to ignore, to have no interest …L19 sl.
– PUT THE IG ON to ignore somebody; to snub …1977 Amer. dial.
– SCRUB THE SLATE CLEAN to cancel or ignore the past and start again …L19 US sl.
– SEND A MAN TO DINGLETY-COOTCH vb. to send a man to Coventry; to ignore or ostracize a person …1859 Ireland
– THROW OFF ON to neglect, to ignore, to abandon …1858 Amer. dial.
– WAIVE † to treat with neglect, to ignore, to disregard, to overlook; to let pass an opportunity …c1400
 
IGNORED – adjectives
– BASKETED abandoned, ignored, misunderstood, confused …1867 sl. 
– ICED isolated, ignored …1970s US Black sl.
– IN THE COLD neglected; ignored …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– LEFT OUT neglected; ignored …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– LEFT OUT IN THE COLD neglected; ignored …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– NOT IN IT neglected; ignored …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– OUT IN THE COLD neglected; ignored …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– PASSED UP neglected; ignored …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
ignored – verbs 
– FALL BETWEEN THE CRACKS to be ignored, overlooked, mismanaged, or forgotten, esp. because of ambiguity in definition or understanding …1970s Amer. sl.
– SLIP BETWEEN THE CRACKS to be ignored, overlooked, mismanaged, or forgotten, esp. because of ambiguity in definition or understanding …1970s Amer. sl.
– TALK TO A BRICK WALL to speak in vain …1909
 
IGNORING – nouns
– EYE-BLINKING * an instance of disapproving of or ignoring something impolite or indecorous …1891
– IGNORATION the act of ignoring or treating as unknown; disregarding; the fact of being ignored …1865