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Borrowing from French paillard.

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paillard ‎(plural paillards)

  1. A slice of meat pounded thin and grilled.

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FrenchEdit

EtymologyEdit

paille +‎ -ard

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AdjectiveEdit

paillard m ‎(feminine singular paillarde, masculine plural paillards, feminine plural paillardes)

  1. bawdy, lewd

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NounEdit

paillard m ‎(invariable)

  1. paillard (grilled sirloin)

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NounEdit

paillard m ‎(plural paillards)

  1. (Jersey) tramp, vagabond

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