nard

Nard - What does it mean?

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Nard vs Nare - What's the difference?

nard | nare |


As a verb nard

is .

As a noun nare is

young spruce.

Nard vs Nart - What's the difference?

nard | nart |


As a verb nard

is .

As a noun nart is

instep (the arched part of the top of the foot between the toes and the ankle).

Nard vs Ard - What's the difference?

nard | ard |


As a verb nard

is .

As an adjective ard is

high.

As a noun ard is

chief, eminent person.

Nark vs Nard - What's the difference?

nark | nard |


As verbs the difference between nark and nard

is that nark is (slang) to serve or behave as a spy or informer while nard is .

As a noun nark

is (british|slang) a police spy or informer or nark can be (narcotics officer).

Nard vs Gard - What's the difference?

nard | gard |


As a verb nard

is .

As a noun gard is

a deed, an action, a cost.

Nard vs Narc - What's the difference?

nard | narc |


As verbs the difference between nard and narc

is that nard is while narc is (slang) or narc can be (slang) to suffer from impaired judgment due to nitrogen narcosis (eg while scuba diving).

As a noun narc is

(slang) a narcotics squad police officer or narc can be (slang) (spy).

Nard vs Fard - What's the difference?

nard | fard |


As a verb nard

is .

As a noun fard is

a journey, a trip.

Nard vs Yard - What's the difference?

nard | yard |


As a verb nard

is .

As a proper noun yard is

(scotland yard) or (new scotland yard).

Nard vs Lard - What's the difference?

nard | lard |


As a verb nard

is .

As a proper noun lard is

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