Origin of nard
OTHER WORDS FROM nardnar·dine [nahr-din, -dahyn], /ˈnɑr dɪn, -daɪn/, adjective
Words nearby nard
How to use nard in a sentence
Newsflash Nard-dawg, unplanned pregnancy is sometimes a good thing.
At Palermo you boasted you loved to talk with a foe over two sword-blades; Syrian nard softens your courage and your arm.God Wills It!|William Stearns Davis
"The warmth of thy garments hath a goodlier smell than myrrh, than nard," he is saying, avidly touching her ear with his lips.Sulamith: A Romance of Antiquity|Alexandre Kuprin
By subtle means, insidious as the breath of nard, corruption of primeval sin was spread from race to race.The Orchard of Tears|Sax Rohmer