Origin of pard1
Related formspard·ine [pahr-dahyn, -din] /ˈpɑr daɪn, -dɪn/, adjective
Definition for pard (2 of 2)
Origin of pard2
Examples from the Web for pard
While I was somewhat older than pard, he was much the heavier, and I was unable to carry him.
Listen: My pard and I both got into this valley, though I was the only one seen.Dick Merriwell Abroad|Burt L. Standish
Brace up, pard; you won't git another sight like this fur some time.The Story of the Foss River Ranch|Ridgwell Cullum
Well, Pard felt better when he had eaten the hot supper I had left for him and we turned in for a few hours' sleep.
Johnson was full of bravado, and swore that he and his pard would never have been captured had Clodfelter not been shot.