/ˈbɪgət/ (say 'biguht)
noun 1. a person who is intolerantly convinced of the rightness of a particular creed, opinion, practice, etc.
2. Computers someone who is fanatically devoted to a particular computer language, operating system, etc.: a Linux bigot; a Java bigot.[French; origin uncertain]
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