mazzard definition by Webster's New World
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sweet cherry; esp., a wild sweet cherry whose young seedlings are used as a rootstock for cultivated varieties
Origin: uncertain or unknown; perhaps variant, variety of mazer
mazzard definition by American Heritage Dictionary
A wild sweet cherry (Prunus avium) often used as grafting stock.
Origin: Perhaps alteration of Middle English mazer, goblet, hard wood; see mazer.