collard

[ kol-erd ]
/ ˈkɒl ərd /

noun

a variety of kale, Brassica oleracea acephala, grown in the southern U.S., having a rosette of green leaves.
collards. Also called collard greens . the leaves of this plant, eaten as a vegetable.

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Origin of collard

1745–55; variant of colewort, with assimilation of -wort to -ard
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British Dictionary definitions for collard

collard
/ (ˈkɒləd) /

noun

a variety of the cabbage, Brassica oleracea acephala, having a crown of edible leavesSee also kale 1
the leaves of this plant, eaten as a vegetable

Word Origin for collard

C18: variant of colewort
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