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Definition of the adjective lyard
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- variant spelling of lyart
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by Andrew Lang
(A lyard is a grey, spoken of a horse, The Dinlay snaws were ne'er so white As the lyart locks o' Harden's hair, says the ballad of " Jamie Telfer ".) The English view of Wallace, the patriot knight of Scotland, cruelly executed, is thus set forth ...
From "Beowulf" to Swinburne by Andrew Lang
(A lyard is a grey, spoken of a horse, The Dinlay snaws were ne'er so white As the lyart locks o' Harden'* hair, says the ballad of "Jamie Telfer".) The English view of Wallace, the patriot knight of Scotland, cruelly executed, is thus set forth ...
Wallace's Monthly (1893)
Lyard means dappled gray, and Sulyard means moldy gray. The ancient family of Sulyard bore for arms a stumbling white horse, and for motto, " Hoist Bayard' — Byard or Bayard denoting a bay, probably from Arabian bayel, a horse.
by Bo Beolens, Michael Watkins, Michael Grayson
Lyard. Little Tinamou ssp. Crypturellussouilyardi MirandaRibeiro, 1938 NCR [ JS Crypturellus souialbigularis] This isalmost certainlya misspellingof Layard; there was no etymology in the description. However, Layard described Crypturellus ...
A New Medical Dictionary (1890)
by George Milbry Gould
an Anthology by Samuel Johnson
STEE'LYARD. n.s. [steel and yard.] A kind of balance, in which the weight is moved along an iron rod, and grows heavier as it is removed farther from the fulcrum. STE'LLIONATE. n.s. [stellionat, French; stellionatus, Latin.] A kind of crime which ...
by Hensleigh Wedgwood (M.A.)
It was usual to make a proper name of the colour of a horse, and to speak of the animal as Bayard, Dun, Lyard (Fr. Hart, grey), Ball (whitefaced), Favel (Fr. Fauveau, from fauve, fallow), and any of these was taken proverbially for horse in ...
by Linda L. Lowry
& Lyard, J-P.
Encyclopaedia Perthensis, Or, Universal Dictionary of the Arts, Sciences, Literature, Etc. : Intended to Supersede the Use of Other Books of Reference (1816)
- STI LYARD, See St E fl -Y ARD. (1.) STIMULANT, adj. simulans, Lat.] tending to excite. (2.) St. Mt. LANTs. n.s. in medicine, substances which increase the actions of certain parts of the ...
by Christopher W. Bruce
CAMI LYARD Malory's variation of CARMELIDE, Leodegan's kingdom. [Malory] CAMLANN [Cambala, Camball ...
The Farrier's and Horseman's Dictionary, Being a Compleat System of Horsemanship ... By N. B. Φιλιππος.. (1726)
by N. B. PHILIPPOS (pseud.)
or a dark Big, which has neither a scuuling Countenance, mealy Mouth, nor white Flank, or a white, FIect- bittf'l, white Lyard like silver, or black with a white Star, white Racb or white Foot.
A Compleat English Dictionary Oder Vollständig Englisch-Deutsches Wörterbuch, Anfänglich Von --- Hrsg. U. Verb. Von Anton Ernst Klausing. Etc. 4. Aufl (1771)
Äuria verschwenderischer Ueberfluß (der Lyard, so Lizard, Blätter) Geilheit (der Saat.) - Luxüriant, abondant, luxurians, üppig, M. Äs von überflüßigen M wo wieim Deutsche ausgesprochen. - - Ausgenommen Comptroll und AcTo Luxüriate, ...
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Scrabble value of L1Y4A1R1D2
The value of this 5-letter word is 9 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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