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izard

[ iz-erd ]
/ ˈɪz ərd /
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noun

a chamois that inhabits the Pyrenees.

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Origin of izard

1785–95; <French, variant of isard< dial. (Gascon ) isart

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Izard
[ iz-erd ]
/ ˈɪz ərd /

noun

Ralph, 1742–1804, U.S. diplomat and politician.
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izard
/ (ˈɪzəd) /

noun

(esp in the Pyrenees) another name for chamois
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