Also, Gé·rard·. a male given name, form of .
Comte Étienne Maurice
[kawnt ey-tyen moh-rees] /kɔ̃t eɪˈtyɛn moʊˈris/ (Show IPA), 1773–1852, French marshal under Napoleon.
François (Pascal Simon), Baron. 1770–1837, French painter, court painter to Napoleon I and Louis XVIII
masc. proper name, from Old French Gerart (Modern French Gérard), of Germanic origin; cf. Old High German Gerhard, literally “strong with the spear,” from ger “spear” + hart “hard.”
- Gerard de nerval
[ner-val] /nɛrˈval/ noun 1. Gérard de [zhey-rar duh] /ʒeɪˈrar də/ (Show IPA), (Gérard Labrunie) 1808–55, French writer. /French nɛrval/ noun 1. Gérard de (ʒerar də), real name Gérard Labrunie. 1808–55, French poet, noted esp for the sonnets of mysticism, myth, and private passion in Les Chimères (1854)
[gur-ber-uh, jur-] /ˈgɜr bər ə, ˈdʒɜr-/ noun 1. any of various composite plants of the genus Gerbera, native to Africa and Asia, having showy, many-rayed flowers ranging from yellow to red. /ˈdʒɜːbərə/ noun 1. any plant of the perennial genus Gerbera, esp the Barberton daisy from S. Africa, G. jamesonii, grown, usually as a greenhouse […]
[gaird] /gɛərd/ noun, Scandinavian Mythology. 1. the daughter of a giant and the consort of Frey, who wooed her through his servant Skirnir. [gurd] /gɜrd/ noun 1. . gastroesophageal reflux disease
[ger-uh-noo k, guh-ren-uh k] /ˈgɛr əˌnʊk, gəˈrɛn ək/ noun 1. a reddish-brown antelope, Litocranius walleri, of eastern Africa, having a long, slender neck. /ˈɡɛrɪˌnʊk/ noun 1. a slender E African antelope, Litocranius walleri, with a long thin neck and backward-curving horns