Definition of Liard. Meaning of Liard. Synonyms of Liard

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Definition of Liard

Liard
Liard Li"ard (l[imac]"[~e]rd), a. [OF. liart, LL. liardus gray, dapple.] Gray. [Obs.] --Chaucer. Note: Used by Chaucer as an epithet of a gray or dapple gray horse. Also used as a name for such a horse.
Liard
Liard Liard (ly[aum]r), n. [F.] A French copper coin of one fourth the value of a sou.

Meaning of Liard from wikipedia

- The liard was a subdivision of the kronenthaler, the currency of the Austrian Netherlands (modern Belgium). There were 216 liards to a kronenthaler. Following...
- The Liard River flows through Yukon, British Columbia and the Northwest Territories, Canada. Rising in the Saint Cyr Range of the Pelly Mountains in southeastern...
- Liard River Hot Springs Provincial Park is a provincial park in British Columbia, Canada. It is home to the largest natural hot springs in Canada. It...
- Fort Liard /liˈɑːrd/ (Slavey language: Echaot'l Koe[pronunciation?] "people from the land of the giants" or Acho Dene Kue) is a hamlet in the Dehcho Region...
- body carries similarities to leopards. Leopons are very rare. A lipard or liard is the proper term for a hybrid of a male lion with a leopardess. It is...
- Liard River is a river in the Yukon Territory, British Columbia and the Northwest Territories, Canada. The Liard River is an officially named Grand Canyon...
- Liard Island is a mountainous island, 24 kilometres (13 nmi) long, 11 kilometres (6 nmi) wide and rising to 1,000 metres (3,300 ft), situated in the north-central...
- The Liard Highway, designated Highway 77 in British Columbia and Highway 7 in the Northwest Territories, is a highway in Canada which forms the sole road...
- Upper Liard (pronounced "lee-ahrd") is a chiefly First Nation settlement immediately west of Watson Lake in Canada's Yukon. It is situated at historical...
- Matthew Liard (1736-1782) was an English engraver. His work is held in the collection of the Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum. Matthew Liard | People...
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