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Gerard

1

[ juh-rahrd ]

noun

  1. Also a male given name, form of Gerald.


Gérard

2

[ zhey-rahr ]

noun

  1. Comte É·tienne Mau·rice [kaw, n, t ey-, tyen, moh-, rees], 1773–1852, French marshal under Napoleon.

Gérard

/ ʒerar /

noun

  1. GérardFrançois (Pascal Simon), Baron17701837MFrenchARTS AND CRAFTS: painter François ( Pascal Simon ), Baron. 1770–1837, French painter, court painter to Napoleon I and Louis XVIII


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Example Sentences

Eight days later their bassist, Gerard Smith, passed away from lung cancer.

GERARD BUTLER The Scottish hunk is—surprisingly—leaning towards “NO” when it comes to Scottish independence.

They even found a spot for legendary French actor Gerard Depardeux [sic].

“I was trained as a sculptor,” said Gerard, who teaches at the Pratt Institute and School of Visual Arts in New York.

A few hundred years later, Belgian cartographer Gerard Mercator was charged with heresy.

Mrs. Sherwood told me yesterday that she hoped to have Nan Gerard back here for good, and Mary looked as if it were all settled.

At the beginning of this year Antwerp, supposed to have been impregnable, surrendered to Marshal Gerard.

After all this is very doubtful praise, though Gerard was not acting in his judicial capacity.

Sidney at this time took a strong dislike to Gerard, whom he accused of ambitious dealing and of plotting against him at Court.

Our Embassy had been so overburdened with work that Mrs. Gerard was there all day long helping her husband.

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