- a variety of beet, Beta vulgaris cicla, having leaves and leafstalks that are used as a vegetable.
Origin of chard
Examples from the Web for chard
Contemporary Examples of chard
Walking through rows of Swiss chard, heirloom tomatoes, leeks, and artichokes, he can tell you exactly when each is at its peak.A California Tavern With an Artichoke Obsession
Jane & Michael Stern
June 1, 2014
Beyond the basil, which is sold in Whole Foods, we have kale and chard and bok choy and bell peppers.Dylan Ratigan Unplugged: Ex-MSNBC Host Turns Hydroponic Entrepreneur
March 22, 2013
But regular broccoli will do; also rough greens—spinach, kale, dandelion greens, Swiss chard.Overrated/Underrated: Food, Glorious and Otherwise
June 1, 2012
When the oil begins to smoke, add the Swiss chard stalks and season with salt and pepper.Homemade Cranberry Sauce, Plus Swiss Chard
The Daily Beast
November 25, 2008
Historical Examples of chard
Chard and his jackal were seated in the latter's cabin on deck.
Up on the bridge Hendry and Chard were talking and looking out ahead.
Chard muttered under his breath, "Be careful, Louis, be careful."
Chard took out the rum and filled a half-pint pannikin to the brim.
But I'm not going to let him and Chard drive me out of the ship.
- a variety of beet, Beta vulgaris cicla, with large succulent leaves and thick stalks, used as a vegetableAlso called: Swiss chard, leaf beet, seakale beet
Word Origin for chard
Word Origin and History for chard
1650s, from French carde "chard" (14c.), perhaps via Provençal, from Latin carduus "thistle, artichoke" (see harsh).