pard (n.1) Look up pard at Dictionary.com
archaic form of leopard, c.1300, from Latin pardus "a male panther," from Greek pardos "male panther," from the same source (probably Iranian) as Sanskrit prdaku-s "leopard, tiger, snake," and Persian palang "panther."
pard (n.2) Look up pard at Dictionary.com
1850, dialectal shortening of pardener (1795), representing a common pronunciation of partner (n.).