Picard

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Picard (not comparable)

  1. of, from, or relating to, Picardy

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Picard (plural Picards)

  1. Someone from Picardy
  2. (historical) A member of an Adamite sect of the sixteenth century and earlier, in the Flemish Netherlands and in Bohemia.

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Picard

  1. A Romance language closely related to French
  2. A surname​.
    • 1920, American Institute of Mining Engineers, Engineering and mining journal: Volume 110
      The statements of Mr. Sulman and Mr. Picard, two Minerals Separation engineers, [] form an interesting comparison
    • 2003, Larry Nemecek, The Star Trek The Next Generation Companion: Revised Edition (page 349)
      Dr. Crusher, using the sample Shinzon provided, confirms that he is a clone of Captain Picard. Furious, Picard wants to know who stole a piece of him.

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Picard m (plural Picards, feminine Picarde)

  1. Picard (person from Picardy)