- a reddish-brown chalcedony, used as a gem.
Origin of sard
1350–1400; Middle English < Latin sarda < Greek sárdios sardius
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But whether in Quintana's direction or not Sard could not tell.
The loud report of his pistol struck Sard with the horror of paralysis.
As he passed Sard he looked curiously into the man's frightened eyes.
The day Darragh received the letter he started to look up Sard.
But that very morning Sard had received a curious letter from Rotterdam.
- an orange, red, or brown variety of chalcedony, used as a gemstone. Formula: SiO 2Also called: sardine
C14: from Latin sarda, from Greek sardios stone from Sardis
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