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noun A buffoon in the Middle Ages, who attended rich men's tables to make sport for the guests by ribald stories and songs.

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Goliard (gol´yerd, -yär´) noun A wandering student in medieval Europe disposed to conviviality, license, and the making of ribald and satirical Latin songs.

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noun ( sometimes initial capital letter ) one of a class of wandering scholar-poets in Germany, France, and England, chiefly in the 12th and 13th centuries, noted as ...

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goliard, any of the wandering students and clerics in medieval England, France, and Germany, remembered for their satirical verses and poems in praise of drinking and ...

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gol·iard (g l y rd, -yärd) n. A wandering student in medieval Europe disposed to conviviality, license, and the making of ribald and satirical Latin songs.

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Definition of GOLIARD: a wandering student of the 12th or 13th century given to the writing of satiric Latin verse and to convivial living and minstrelsy

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It seems that there is a manuscript of goliard songs and poems located in the Benediktbeurn monestary in Germany which is called the Carmina Burana ("Benediktbeurn Songs").

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The Goliards: The Goliards were a group of clergy who wrote bibulous, satirical Latin poetry in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries. They were mainly clerical ...