The Collaborative International Dictionary
Erd \Erd\ ([~e]rd), n. [OE. erd, eard, earth, land, country, AS.
eard; akin to OS. ard dwelling place, OHG. art plowing,
tillage, Icel. ["o]r[eth] crop, and to L. arare to plow, E.
ear to plow.]
The earth. [Prov. Eng.]
Erd shrew (Zo["o]l.), the common European shrew ( Sorex vulgaris); the shrewmouse.
Érd is a city in Hungary. ERD may stand for:
Érd (; German: Hanselbeck, Croatian: Andzabeg) is city and urban county in Pest County, Budapest metropolitan area, Hungary.
n. (context dialect rare English) (alternative form of earth English)
Usage examples of "erd".
His analysis of imperialism is articulated primarily by challenging the theses of RudolfHilf erding and Karl Kautsky.
Perhaps Cashel was right, and the River Erd was already tumbling the body toward the Inner Sea.