Liard

• (a.) Gray. • (n.) A French copper coin of one fourth the value of a sou.
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Liard

[coin] 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 French occupation of the Austrian Netherlands in 1794, the kronenthaler was replaced by the French franc. Today, in walloon dialects, des liards is still a synonym of `mone...
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Liard

Liard (lyär) noun [ French] A French copper coin of one fourth the value of a sou.
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Liard

Li'ard (lī'ẽrd) adjective [ Old French liart , Late Latin liardus gray, dapple.] Gray. [ Obsolete] Chaucer. » Used by Chaucer as an epithet of a gray or dapple gray horse. Also used as a name for such a horse.
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liard

grey; dapple-grey
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Liard

Liard (lē'ärd") , river, 755 mi (1,215 km) long, rising in the Pelly Mts., SE Yukon Territory, Canada, and flowing SE into N British Columbia, passing through the main range of the Rocky Mts., thence northeast through densely wooded country to the Mackenzie River at Fort Simpson, ...
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