Definition of longbeard in US English:

longbeard

noun

  • 1Medieval History. A Lombard.

  • 2Informal (humorous). A man with a long beard. Frequently with the implication of old age, wisdom, eccentricity, or distinguished character.

  • 3US. The mature adult male of a wild turkey, typically one over two years old, which has a long beard-like tuft of feathers below the base of its neck.

Origin

Old English; earliest use found in Widsith. From long + beard.

Pronunciation

longbeard

/ˈlɒŋbɪəd/