Definition of -ard
: one that is characterized by performing some action, possessing some quality, or being associated with some thing especially conspicuously or excessively braggart dullard pollard
Origin and Etymology of -ard
Middle English, from Anglo-French, of Germanic origin; akin to Old High German -hart (in personal names such as Gērhart Gerard), Old English heard hard
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