beard, face fungus, whiskers(noun)
the hair growing on the lower part of a man's face
a tuft or growth of hairs or bristles on certain plants such as iris or grasses
a person who diverts suspicion from someone (especially a woman who accompanies a male homosexual in order to conceal his homosexuality)
hairy growth on or near the face of certain mammals
tuft of strong filaments by which e.g. a mussel makes itself fast to a fixed surface
go along the rim, like a beard around the chin
"Houses bearded the top of the heights"
Facial hair on the chin, cheeks and jaw.
A woman who accompanies a gay male in order to give the impression that he is heterosexual.
To grow hair on the chin and jaw.
To boldly and bravely oppose or confront, often to the chagrin of the one being bearded.
Robin Hood is always shown as bearding the Sheriff of Nottingham.
Origin: Originally a nickname for someone with a beard.
the hair that grows on the chin, lips, and adjacent parts of the human face, chiefly of male adults
the long hairs about the face in animals, as in the goat
the cluster of small feathers at the base of the beak in some birds
the appendages to the jaw in some Cetacea, and to the mouth or jaws of some fishes
the byssus of certain shellfish, as the muscle
the gills of some bivalves, as the oyster
in insects, the hairs of the labial palpi of moths and butterflies
long or stiff hairs on a plant; the awn; as, the beard of grain
a barb or sharp point of an arrow or other instrument, projecting backward to prevent the head from being easily drawn out
that part of the under side of a horse's lower jaw which is above the chin, and bears the curb of a bridle
that part of a type which is between the shoulder of the shank and the face
an imposition; a trick
to take by the beard; to seize, pluck, or pull the beard of (a man), in anger or contempt
to oppose to the gills; to set at defiance
to deprive of the gills; -- used only of oysters and similar shellfish
A beard is the collection of hair that grows on the chin, upper lip, cheeks and neck of human beings and some non-human animals. In humans, usually only pubescent or adult males are able to grow beards. However, women with hirsutism may develop a beard. When differentiating between upper and lower facial hair, a beard specifically excludes the moustache. Over the course of history, men with facial hair have been ascribed various attributes such as wisdom, sexual virility, masculinity, or a higher status; however, beards may also be perceived to be associated with a lack of general cleanliness and a loss of refinement, particularly in modern times.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
bērd, n. the hair that grows on the chin and adjacent parts of a grown man's face: the tuft on the lower jaw of a goat, seal, &c.: the barbel of the cod, loach, &c.; prickles on the ears of corn: the barb of an arrow: the gills of oysters, &c.—v.t. to take by the beard: to oppose to the face.—adj. Beard′ed, having a beard: prickly: barbed.—n. Beard′-grass, a kind of bearded grass.—adj. Beard′less. [A.S.; W. barf, Ger. bart, Russ. boroda, L. barba.]
Dictionary of Nautical Terms
The silky filaments or byssus by which some testacea adhere to rocks. Of an oyster, the gills.
Military Dictionary and Gazetteer
The reflected points of the head of an ancient arrow, particularly of such as were jagged.
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ardeb, bared, bread, Breda, debar, Debar, Debra
The numerical value of beard in Chaldean Numerology is: 5
The numerical value of beard in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
Examples of beard in a Sentence
They assumed I was Amish because of my beard.
I noticed a change with the clothes and the beard.
Better to look a bit weird than to have own beard.
Seize opportunity by the beard, for it is bald behind.
If you want to know if someone has money, observe his beard and his boots.
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