spikenard (sense )
Origin of nardMiddle English narde ; from Old French ; from Classical Latin nardus ; from Classical Greek nardos ; from Semitic as in Classical Hebrew (language) nērd, probably ; from Sanskrit nálada-, nard
Origin of nardMiddle English narde, from Old French, from Latin nardus, from Greek nardos, probably ultimately from Sanskrit naladam, Indian spikenard.
(countable and uncountable, plural nards)
- (US, 1980s, slang, usually plural) Testicles.
- The soccer ball hit me right in the nards!
Alteration of nuts (“testicles”)