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liard

[ lee-ahr; French lee-ar ]
/ liˈɑr; French liˈar /
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noun, plural li·ards [lee-ahrz; French lee-ar]. /liˈɑrz; French liˈar/.
a former silver coin of France, the fourth part of a sol, issued from the 15th century to 1793 and made from copper after 1650.
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Origin of liard

1535–45; named after G. Liard, 15th-century French minter

Other definitions for liard (2 of 2)

Liard
[ lee-ahrd, lee-ahrd, -ahr ]
/ ˈli ɑrd, liˈɑrd, -ˈɑr /

noun
a river in W Canada, flowing from S Yukon through N British Columbia and the Northwest Territories into the Mackenzie River. 550 miles (885 km) long.
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British Dictionary definitions for liard (1 of 2)

liard
/ (lɪˈɑːd) /

noun
a former small coin of various European countries

Word Origin for liard

C16: after G. Liard, French minter

British Dictionary definitions for liard (2 of 2)

Liard
/ (ˈliːɑːd, liːˈɑːd, -ˈɑː) /

noun
a river in W Canada, rising in the SE Yukon and flowing east and then northwest to the Mackenzie River. Length: 885 km (550 miles)
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