Meaning of SWARD in English

SWARD

/ swɔːd; NAmE swɔːrd/ noun

[ C , U ] ( literary ) an area of grass

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WORD ORIGIN

Old English sweard skin . The sense upper layer of soil developed in late Middle English (at first in phrases such as sward of the earth ).

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