Canard is a French word for a duck, and is often used in English to refer to a deliberately false story, originating from an abbreviated form of an old French idiom, "vendre un canard à moitié," meaning "to half-sell a duck." In French it can also mean a journal. It may refer to:
At Le Canard, classic French fare Americanized; Piano singalong draws regulars.(WASHINGTON WEEKEND)(Restaurant Review)
Dec 01, 2005; Byline: Corinna Lothar, SPECIAL TO THE WASHINGTON TIMES A canard is a duck, but in the French vernacular, a canard is also...