barde

[ bahrd ]
/ bɑrd /
Armor.
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noun

verb (used with object), bard·ed, bard·ing.

Definition for barded (2 of 2)

bard

2
[ bahrd ]
/ bɑrd /

noun

Armor. any of various pieces of defensive armor for a horse.
Cookery. a thin slice of fat or bacon secured to a roast of meat or poultry to prevent its drying out while cooking.

verb (used with object)

Armor. to caparison with bards.
Cookery. to secure thin slices of fat or bacon to (a roast of meat or poultry) before cooking.
Also barde (for defs 1, 3).

Origin of bard

2
1470–80; < Middle French barde < Southern Italian barda armor for a horse < Arabic bardaʿah packsaddle < Persian pardah covering
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British Dictionary definitions for barded (1 of 3)

bard

1
/ (bɑːd) /

noun

  1. (formerly) one of an ancient Celtic order of poets who recited verses about the exploits, often legendary, of their tribes
  2. (in modern times) a poet who wins a verse competition at a Welsh eisteddfod
archaic, or literary any poet, esp one who writes lyric or heroic verse or is of national importance
Derived Formsbardic, adjectivebardism, noun

Word Origin for bard

C14: from Scottish Gaelic; related to Welsh bardd

British Dictionary definitions for barded (2 of 3)

bard

2

barde

/ (bɑːd) /

noun

a piece of larding bacon or pork fat placed on game or lean meat during roasting to prevent drying out
an ornamental caparison for a horse

verb (tr)

to place a bard on

Word Origin for bard

C15: from Old French barde, from Old Italian barda, from Arabic barda`ah packsaddle

British Dictionary definitions for barded (3 of 3)

Bard

/ (bɑːd) /

noun

the Bard an epithet of William Shakespeare
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Word Origin and History for barded

bard


n.
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