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Pollard may refer to:



Flora and fauna[edit]

  • Pollard, an animal or a tree which has been polled (had its antlers or horns, or branches removed):
    • Pollard, a deer which has cast its antlers
    • Pollard or polled livestock, hornless livestock of normally-horned species
    • Pollard, a tree affected by pollarding, a method for shaping trees, cropping the branches above head-height
  • Pollard, the European chub (Squalius cephalus), a freshwater fish of the family Cyprinidae


Other uses[edit]

  • Pollard (coin), a medieval coin made in Europe in imitation of the English penny, outlawed under Edward I
  • Pollard (novel), a novel by Laura Beatty
  • Pollard, a mixture of fine bran and a small amount of flour
  • Pollard script, a writing system devised in 1905 for the A-Hmao language