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Pi•cardpiˈkɑr, -ˈkɑrd(n.)

  1. Jean (zhӓn ), 1620–82, French astronomer.

    Category: Biography

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  1. Picard(Noun)

    Someone from Picardy

  2. Picard(Noun)

    A member of an Adamite sect of the sixteenth century and earlier, in the Flemish Netherlands and in Bohemia.

  3. Picard(Adjective)

    of, from, or relating to, Picardy

  4. Picard(ProperNoun)

    A Romance language closely related to French

Webster Dictionary

  1. Picard(noun)

    one of a sect of Adamites in the fifteenth century; -- so called from one Picard of Flanders. See Adamite

Freebase

  1. Picard

    Picard is a lunar impact crater that lies in Mare Crisium. To the west is the almost completely flooded crater Yerkes. Due east of Picard is the tiny Curtis. being slightly larger than Peirce to the north-northwest. The crater is named for 17th century French astronomer and geodesist Jean Picard. Picard is a crater from the Eratosthenian period, which lasted from 3.2 to 1.1 billion years ago. Inside Picard is a series of terraces that seismologists have attributed to a collapse of the crater floor. The lowest point on the crater floor is approximately 2000 metres below its rim. T It has a small hill at the center.

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