Definitions for CHARD
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chard, Swiss chard, spinach beet, leaf beet, chard plant, Beta vulgaris ciclanoun
beet lacking swollen root; grown as a vegetable for its edible leaves and stalks
chard, Swiss chard, spinach beet, leaf beetnoun
long succulent whitish stalks with large green leaves
Artichoke leaves and shoots, blanched to eat.
An edible leafy vegetable, Beta vulgaris var. cicla, with a slightly bitter taste
A town and civil parish in Somerset, England, near the Devon border.
Etymology: Representing colloquial pronunciation. See ch-.
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
1.Chards of artichokes are the leaves of fair artichoke plants, tied and wrapped up all over but the top, in straw, during the autumn and winter; this makes them grow white, and lose some of their bitterness. Ephraim Chambers
Etymology: charde, Fr.
Chard or Swiss chard (; Beta vulgaris subsp. vulgaris, Cicla Group and Flavescens Group) is a green leafy vegetable. In the cultivars of the Flavescens Group, the leaf stalks are large and often prepared separately from the leaf blade; the Cicla Group is the leafy spinach beet. The leaf blade can be green or reddish; the leaf stalks are usually white or a colorful yellow or red.Chard, like other green leafy vegetables, has highly nutritious leaves, making it a popular component of healthy diets. Chard has been used in cooking for centuries, but because it is the same species as beetroot, the common names that cooks and cultures have used for chard may be confusing; it has many common names, such as silver beet, perpetual spinach, beet spinach, seakale beet, or leaf beet.
Chard is a leafy green vegetable, also known as Swiss chard, often used in Mediterranean cooking. The leaf stalks are long and often brightly colored, while its green leaves are large and slightly ruffled. It is known for its nutritional benefits and can be eaten raw, sautéed, or cooked in dishes.
the tender leaves or leafstalks of the artichoke, white beet, etc., blanched for table use
a variety of the white beet, which produces large, succulent leaves and leafstalks
Etymology: [Cf. F. carde esculent thistle.]
Chard, is a leafy green vegetable often used in Mediterranean cooking. The leaves can be green or reddish in color like Bib Lettuce, chard stalks also vary in color. Chard has been bred to have highly nutritious leaves at the expense of the root. Chard is, in fact, considered to be one of the healthiest vegetables available and a valuable addition to a healthy diet. Chard has been around for centuries, but because of its similarity to beets it is difficult to determine the exact evolution of the different varieties of chard.
Military Dictionary and Gazetteer
A town of England, in Somersetshire. Here the royalists were defeated in the civil wars between Charles I. and the Parliament.
Surnames Frequency by Census Records
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Chard is ranked #18550 in terms of the most common surnames in America.
The Chard surname appeared 1,487 times in the 2010 census and if you were to sample 100,000 people in the United States, approximately 1 would have the surname Chard.
92% or 1,369 total occurrences were White.
5.1% or 76 total occurrences were of Hispanic origin.
1% or 15 total occurrences were Asian.
0.9% or 14 total occurrences were Black.
0.8% or 13 total occurrences were of two or more races.
The numerical value of CHARD in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of CHARD in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7
Both my husband and I typically add greens to our eggs (spinach, kale, Swiss chard, whatever is around) at breakfast. I always add greens to my smoothies. I often keep sliced veggies (bell peppers, carrots, cucumbers) washed, sliced and ready to eat for snacks.
Greens such as spinach, kale, collard greens, chard, etc. are a nutrient-dense food, research has shown that consuming at least one serving of greens a day resulted in slower cognitive decline as measured on tests for memory and thinking skills.
I know that I have aphids in the chard, and I know that I have aphids in the kale.
Greens such as spinach, kale, collard greens, chard, etc. are a nutrient-dense food. They are rich in vitamins and antioxidants that can reduce oxidative stress, research has shown that consuming at least one serving of greens a day resulted in slower cognitive decline as measured on tests for memory and thinking skills.
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- bledaCatalan, Valencian
- mangoldi, lehtimangoldi, lehtijuurikasFinnish
- bieta, bietolaItalian
- sfeclă furajeră, mangoldRomanian
- манго́льд, свёклаRussian
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