Nerd

A particularly socially unattractive or awkward subset of geek.

NERD

[sabermetrics] In baseball statistics, NERD (a wink towards the mnemonic `Narration, Exposition, Reflection, Description`) is a quantitative measure of expected aesthetic value. NERD was originally created by Carson Cistulli and is part of his project of exploring the `art` of sabermetric research. The original NERD formula only took into a...
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Nerd

Nerd is slang for an imbecile; a stupid and feeble person.
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Nerd

Nerd is slang for an imbecile; a stupid and feeble person.
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nerd

A person that tends to be immersed in cerebral interests, sometimes at the expense of social functionality. (See also geek)
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NERD

[television production company] For the funk and hip hop band, see N.E.R.D. NERD (New Entertainment Research & Design) is a British television production company founded in 2010 by Jago Lee and John Farrar. The company specialises in formatted and scripted entertainment for the UK and US markets. In March 2010 The Guardian newspaper reporte...
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Nerd

[disambiguation] Nerd is a derogatory term for a person who is intellectually knowledgeable or bright, but socially inept. Nerd or nerds may also refer to: In entertainment: Other uses: ...
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Nerd

Nerd (adjective: nerdy) is a descriptive term, often used pejoratively, indicating that a person is overly intellectual, obsessive, or socially impaired. They may spend inordinate amounts of time on unpopular, obscure, or non-mainstream activities, which are generally either highly technical or relating to topics of fiction or fantasy, to the excl...
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nerd

A person that tends to be immersed in cerebral interests, sometimes at the expense of social functionality. (See also geek)
Found on http://www.boardgamegeek.com/wiki/page/Glossary

NeRD

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