noun, plural po·chards, (especially collectively) po·chard.
Origin of pochard
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A month later, however (in May), we obtained nests both of this Pochard and of the Gadwall, both built among rushes on dry ground.Wild Spain (Espaa agreste)|Abel Chapman
We killed ninety-six, mostly wigeon and pochard, a few mallard and teal, besides twenty snipe.Unexplored Spain|Abel Chapman
In winter the pochard was abundant on the coast, but as it was one of the shyest of fowl it was always difficult to approach.
Another of the well-known marine ducks is the pochard, or dun-bird.Poachers and Poaching|John Watson
Another of the wild ducks which visited us was the pochard or dunbird.