Origin of izard
Definition for izard (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for izard
In one test of emotional knowledge, Izard's team asked kids how someone would feel if his best friend moved away.
Adams and Izard, because they are the only persons who could know such facts as are there promised to be unfolded.
In all this malevolence he found an earnest colleague in the hot-blooded Izard, whose charges against Franklin were unmeasured.
Mr Izard is of opinion that France might have been brought to have taken an active part much earlier.
At the same time we had the honor of your Excellency's letter of the 25th, relative to Mr Izard's goods.
When this alarming communication was received all the depreciation of the Lees, Izard, and the rest went for nothing.
British Dictionary definitions for izard
Word Origin and History for izard
chamois-like antelope of the Pyrenees, 1791, from French isard, Gascon isart, "perhaps of Iberian origin," or [Klein] from Basque (cf. izzara "star").