izard

noun \ēˈzär(d)\
variants: less commonly

isard

\ēˈzär(d)\

Definition of izard

plural

izard

\"\ or

izards

\-r(z), -rdz\
  1. :  a chamois found in the Pyrenees

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Origin and Etymology of izard

French, from Middle French, from Middle French dialect (Gascony) isart


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