Boor

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Boor may refer to:

  • boor, a peasant or uncultured person; one who lacks in education, knowledge, refinement and social graces
    • bur, defined by the Rambam (Maimonides). A bur is a person having neither (ethical) Torah education nor virtues of manners (derekh eretz) nor the ability to acquire them. Commonly translated as "boor".
  • Balanda Boor, also Boor, an ethnic group in South Sudan
  • The Boor (play) or The Bear, an 1888 play by Anton Chekhov
  • The Boor (opera), a 1968 opera by Ulysses Kay based on Chekhov's play
  • The Boor, a 1957 opera, first performed in 2017, by Dominick Argento
  • The Boors, an 18th-century comedy by Carlo Goldoni

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