Definitions for palliard
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a beggar or vagrant, especially a professional one
Origin: Old French paillard, from paille ‘straw’.
a born beggar; a vagabond
a lecher; a lewd person
Origin: [F. paillard, orig., one addicted to the couch, fr. paille straw. See Pallet a small bed.]
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