Also Dardic. a group of Indic languages spoken in Kashmir, northern Pakistan, and eastern Afghanistan, and including Kashmiri.
a member of the peoples who speak these languages.
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How to use Dard in a sentence
Dard, by the way, being an entirely new addition to the novelists' corps dramatique, and almost a Shakspearian character.
Dard.1 They contain no romance, but a well authenticated story, corroborated by the previous Narrative of MM.
The generous M. Dard, director of the French school, was not the last nor least who took an interest in us.
M. Dard and M. Thomas instantly buried him, for his body had already become putrid.
I instantly quitted him, and was joined by M. Dard, when we retired to another room, where we found Caroline and the good Mad.
British Dictionary definitions for Dard
a member of any of the Indo-European peoples speaking a Dardic language
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