fleard

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From Proto-Germanic *flērdą, *flērdō (vanity, wandering, deceit). Cognate with Old Norse flǣrd (fraud, deceit), Icelandic flærð (deceit), Swedish flärd (vanity, frivolity, flamboyance).

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fleard n

  1. fraud, deceit, trickery, deception
  2. folly, nonsense
  3. vanity
  4. superstition

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