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chard

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noun \ˈchärd\

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Origin and Etymology of chard

modification of French carde, from Occitan cardo, from Vulgar Latin *carda, alteration of Latin carduus thistle, cardoon


First Known Use: 1658

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chard

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noun \ˈshärd\

Definition of chard



1987

First Known Use of chard

1987

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