Last modified on 21 August 2014, at 01:30
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NounEdit

sard (plural sards)

  1. (mineralogy) A variety of carnelian, of a rich reddish yellow or brownish red color.
  2. Any of various brownish red earth pigments formerly used in cosmetics and painting; has more yellow, hardly any blue (see puce), is lighter than russet and darker than traditional carnelian.

VerbEdit

sard (third-person singular simple present sards, present participle sarding, simple past and past participle sarded)

  1. (obsolete) to seduce (a woman)

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Etymology 1Edit

From Latin sard-, stem of sardus.

AdjectiveEdit

sard m (feminine sarda, masculine plural sards, feminine plural sardes)

  1. Sardinian (pertaining to Sardinia, to the Sardinian people, or to the Sardinian language)

NounEdit

sard m (plural sards, feminine sarda)

  1. Sardinian (an inhabitant of Sardinia)
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Proper nounEdit

sard m

  1. Sardinian (a Romance language indigenous to Sardinia)

Etymology 2Edit

Diplodus sargus01.jpg

By confusion with sard (Sardinian), from sarg, from Latin sargus

NounEdit

sard m (plural sards)

  1. white seabream (a fish of species Diplodus sargus)
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AdjectiveEdit

sard

  1. (Sorani) cold