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    bard - Dictionary definition and meaning for word bard

    (noun) a lyric poet Definition
    (noun) an ornamental caparison for a horse Definition
    (verb) put a caparison on
    Synonyms : barde , caparison , dress up
    Example Sentence
    • caparison the horses for the festive occasion
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bard sounds like beard!! so poets will b havin beard usually!!

Think of George Barnard(BARDnard)shaw. he is an author but imagine that he is a lyric poet. it might help

bard-it brings to us the word bald,if bard is pronounced . poet's are generally bald..hehehe

bard sounds like bird--imagine a poet writing a poem on bird.

Bard writes & Bird sings.

Remember the Village BARD (a poet) from Asterix comics who used to sing horrible songs and irritate the whole village!!!

bard - bearded nerd

William Shakespeare was called BARD of Avon...

Everyone becomes a bard inside a bear bar.

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