from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun An obsolete form of mallard.


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  • [c] vnbrace that malarde vnlace that cony dysmembre that heron dysplaye that crane dysfygure that pecocke vnioynt that bytture

    Early English Meals and Manners

  • In syrupe, [c]  fesande, partryche, stockdoue, & chekyns/in the lefte ha {n} de take them by the pynyo {n}, & with the foreparte of your knyfe lyfte vp your wy {n} ges/than mynce it in to the syrupe/beware of sky {n} ne rawe & senowe. [d]  Goos, tele, malarde, & swa {n} ne, reyse

    Early English Meals and Manners


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