A mate or friend
Short for partner, as in "howdy partner"
Cornish word for mate; originated before the English language reached Cornwall, when it was used for a miner's workmate, as they commonly mined in twos.
Reet pard. Madder do ee?
your partner in a game of halo
someone who you can be friends with
instead of friends you have pards
wish my pards wasn't on the other side of the map!
wheres all my pardsi's at?
By using the first three letters of PARty and the last three letters of hARD, the word PARD can then be created simply meaning to party hard.
#1) First Person: Hey do you like to drink?
Second Person: Hell yeah! I f^£king PARD
#2) First Person: So what did you end up doing last weekend?
Second Person: Damn all of us PARDIED
! You should have been there!
"Dude we are totally gonna pard tonight."
"Are you ready to pard?"