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EtymologyEdit

From Anglo-Norman larder and Old French lardier, from Latin lardārium.

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NounEdit

larder (plural larders)

  1. A cool room in a domestic house where food is stored, but larger than a pantry.
  2. A food supply.
    • 1990, Stephen B. Vander Wall, Food Hoarding in Animals (page 243)
      Many of these cones had opened, and nuthatches visited the tree frequently to take seeds from the squirrel's larder.

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larder

  1. to lard; to smear food with lard
  2. to stab; to pierce

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