mazard

noun maz·ard \ˈma-zərd\
variants: or

\ˈma-zərd\

Definition of mazard

chiefly dialectal

  1. :  head, face

Examples of mazard in a sentence

  1. <Granny threatened to whop me on the mazard if I didn't start minding my manners.>

Origin and Etymology of mazard

obsolete English mazard mazer, alteration of English mazer


First Known Use: circa 1595


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