outlaw
[ˈaʊtlɔː]
NOUN
outlaws (plural noun)
  1. a person who has broken the law, especially one who remains at large or is a fugitive.
    "bands of outlaws held up trains" ·
    "the outlaw Ned Kelly"
    synonyms:
    fugitive · wanted criminal · outcast · exile · pariah · bandit · desperado ·
    brigand · robber · criminal · black hat · villain
    • historical
      a person deprived of the benefit and protection of the law.
VERB
outlaws (third person present) · outlawed (past tense) · outlawed (past participle) · outlawing (present participle)
  1. ban or make illegal.
    "secondary picketing has been outlawed"
    synonyms:
    ban · bar · prohibit · forbid · veto · embargo · boycott · make illegal ·
    disallow · proscribe · interdict · banish · exile · cast out · exclude · expel · shut out · repudiate · condemn · put a price on someone's head
    antonyms:
    • historical
      deprive (someone) of the benefit and protection of the law.
      "he lost the estate in 1626, having been outlawed for non-payment of debts"
Origin
late Old English ūtlaga (noun), ūtlagian (verb), from Old Norse útlagi, noun from útlagr ‘outlawed or banished’.
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he lost the estate in 1626, having been outlawed for non-payment of debts.
secondary picketing has been outlawed.
bands of outlaws held up trains.
the outlaw Ned Kelly.
How to say outlaw in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Arabic (NOUN)تحريم, المجرم, خارجة, تجريم, الخارجة, مجرم
(VERB)تحرم
Bangla ডাকু
Bosnian (Latin) odmetnik
Bulgarian (NOUN)разбойник
Cantonese (Traditional) 取締
Chinese Simplified 取缔
Chinese Traditional 取締
Croatian (NOUN)odmetnika, zločinac
(VERB)zabraniti
Czech (NOUN)psanec, zbojník, zločinec, psance
(VERB)zakázaly
Danish (NOUN)fredløs
(VERB)forbyde
Dutch (NOUN)vogelvrij, bandiet
(VERB)verbieden
Estonian (NOUN)lindprii
Filipino ipagbawal
Finnish (NOUN)lainsuojaton
(VERB)kieltää
French (NOUN)hors-la-loi, bandit, proscrit
(VERB)proscrire, interdire
German (NOUN)Gesetzloser, Geächteter, Bandit, Ächtung, Verbrecher
(VERB)ächten, verbieten
Haitian Creole vòlè
Hebrew מחוץ לחוק
Hindi (NOUN)डाकू
Hungarian (NOUN)betyár, zsivány
Indonesian (NOUN)penjahat
(VERB)melarang
Italian (NOUN)fuorilegge, bandito
(VERB)vietare
Japanese (NOUN)アウトロー, 無法者, 無法
Kiswahili kuondolewa
Korean (NOUN)무법자, 금지할
Latvian (NOUN)izstumtais
(VERB)pasludinātu
Lithuanian (NOUN)uždrausti
Persian یاغی
Polish (NOUN)banita, zakazu
(VERB)zakazać
Portuguese (NOUN)foragido, bandido, pistoleira, marginal, fugitivo
(VERB)ilegalizar, proibir, banir
Querétaro Otomi 'bu̲ ya ar ley
Romanian (NOUN)haiduc
Russian (NOUN)вне закона, преступник, разбойник
(VERB)запретить
Serbian (Cyrillic) одметник
Serbian (Latin) odmetnik
Slovak (NOUN)psanec, vyhnanca
(VERB)zakázali
Slovenian (NOUN)Izopačenik, prepoved
Spanish (NOUN)forajido, proscrito, bandolero, bandido, fugitivo
(VERB)proscribir, ilegalizar, prohibir
Swedish (NOUN)fredlös
(VERB)förbjuda
Tamil நாடுகடத்தப்பட்ட
Telugu చండశాసనుడు
Thai นอกกฎหมาย
Turkish (NOUN)özyay, haydut
Ukrainian поза законом
Urdu قانون شکن
Yucatec Maya paach le ley
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