bhardh-ā-

bhardh-ā-
Beard.
1. beard, from Old English beard, beard, from Germanic *bardaz.
2. halberd, from Old High German barta, beard, ax, from Germanic *bardō, beard, also hatchet, broadax.
 
[Pokorny bhardhā 110.]

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