noun Chiefly Dialect.
Origin of izzard
Examples from the Web for izzard
Izzard, dressed like a riverboat gambler, plays a smooth-talking mogul named Tiny Diamonds.
She's searched the Mansion from A to Izzard, knowin' every crane an' cranny of it, an' found nothin'.The Brass Bound Box|Evelyn Raymond
It was suggested by Ivan, that, with such a demand for the flesh, the izzard should fetch a better price.Bruin|Mayne Reid
Only a short time ago a young and well-known artist, Mr. A., was invited to pay a visit to his distinguished friend, Mr. Izzard.The Best Ghost Stories|Various
British Dictionary definitions for izzard
Word Origin for izzard
Word Origin and History for izzard
old name for "Z," 1738, a variant of zed.