mazzard

noun (1)
maz·​zard | \ ˈma-zərd \

Definition of mazzard

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: sweet cherry especially : wild or seedling sweet cherry used as a rootstock for grafting

mazzard

noun (2)
maz·​zard

variant spelling of

chiefly dialectal
: head, face

First Known Use of mazzard

Noun (1)

1578, in the meaning defined above

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