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A bigot is a prejudiced person who is unfairly and irrationally intolerant of people who are different from themselves, especially in race or religion.
Bigot can also refer to:
- As a French surname
This name was used as a derogatory term applied to Normans for their frequent note of the Old English oath bī god "by God".
- Eugène Bigot, conductor
- Paul Bigot, architect
- François Bigot, Intendant of New France (1703-1778)
- Francois Bigot, notary royal of New France (1643-1708)
- Georges Ferdinand Bigot, a French artist, active in Meiji Japan
- Guillaume Bigot, poet
- Jacques Bigot, French politician
- Jacques Bigot, Canadian Jesuit (1651–1711)
- Jacques-Marie-Frangile Bigot, French entomologist (1818–1893)
- Vincent Bigot, Canadian Jesuit (1649-1720)
- Marie Bigot (1786-1820), French musician
- Trophime Bigot, French Baroque painter
- Other uses
- BIGOT list, an security/espionage term
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