Sord \Sord\ (? or ?), n. See {Sward}. [R.] --Milton. [1913 Webster]

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  • sord — (sôrd) n. A flight of mallards. See Synonyms at flock1.   [Middle English sorde, from sorden, to rise up in flight, from Old French sordre, from Latin surgere, to rise. See surge.] * * * …   Universalium

  • sord — “flock of mallards,” 15c., perhaps from sord (v.) “to take flight,” from O.Fr. sordre, from L. surgere “to rise” (see SURGE (Cf. surge)) …   Etymology dictionary

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  • sord — sord1 /sōrd or sörd/ (Milton) noun a form of ↑sward sord2 /sōrd or sörd/ noun A flock of mallards ORIGIN: OFr sordre, from L surgere to rise …   Useful english dictionary

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