Nazard

noun Na·zard
variants: or less commonly Nasard \nəˈzär(d)\

Definition of Nazard

plural Nazards also Nasards
:an organ mutation stop with metal pipes that sounds the twelfth above the fundamental tone called also Nasat

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Origin and Etymology of nazard

French, from nazard, nasard, having a nasal sound, from Latin nasus nose


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