Disard

Dis´ard


n.1.See Dizzard.
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He calls for a masque of Turkes, a challenge to be performed with hobbyhorses, with another "noble" retinue, this time including "a divine, a philosopher, an astronomer, a poet, a phisician, a pothecarie, a M[aster] of requestes, a sivilian, a disard, two gentlmen vshers besides Iuglers, tomblers, fooles, friers and suche other.