Unfortunately, the boyfriend was being a boor, so the young woman decided she'd rather brave a walk home in the cold and dark rather than spend another minute with the lout.
Men saw in the brutal boor D.
It is also used as a term of abuse, meaning "boor."
The second class dealt with different classes of the population (the sailor, the prophet, the boor, the parasite).
De Boor (Leipzig, 1883-1885); and Patr.
De Boor (Leipzig, 1880), and Patr.
C. de Boor (1888); H.
(1861), p. 417 sqq.; C. de Boor, "Zur Kenntniss der Handschriften der Griech.
P. Migne, Patrologia Graeca, c.; edition of the compendia and life by C. de Boor (1880, Teubner series); see also F.
De Boor (Berlin, 1888).