Pard

• (n.) A leopard; a panther.
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Pard

[legendary creature] Pard is an animal from Medieval bestiaries. They were felines with spotted coats, and were extremely fast (reminiscent of a cheetah). They were believed to mate with lions to produce leopards. ==Etymology== Middle English parde, from Old French, from Latin pardus, from Greek pardos, probably of Iranian origin; akin to S...
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Pard

Pard (pärd) noun [ Latin pardus , Greek pa`rdos ; confer Sanskrit prdāku tiger, panther.] (Zoology) A leopard; a panther. « And more pinch-spotted make them Than pard or cat o'mountain.» Shak.
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