Bayard Definition

bāərd, bī-, bä-yär
proper name
(born Pierre Terrail) 1473?-1524; Fr. military hero.
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noun
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(humorous) Any horse.
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(archaic) A stupid, clownish fellow.
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Synonyms:
Pierre de TerrailPierre TerrailChevalier de BayardSeigneur de Bayard
adjective

Coloured bay, reddish brown, notably said of equines.

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French military hero known for his fearlessness and chivalry in the Italian campaigns of Charles VIII, Louis XII, and Francis I.
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Other Word Forms of Bayard

Noun

Singular:
bayard
Plural:
bayards

Origin of Bayard

  • bay 'reddish brown' (from Old French (modern bai), from Latin badius 'brown')

    From Wiktionary

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