also DISARD, DISARDE, DISERDE, DISSARD, DISSARDE, DIZARD, DIZARDE, DYSARDE, DYZERDE, DYZERT,
perhaps from Middle English and Old French disour story-teller
From: The Poetical Works of John Skelton
Edited by the Rev. Alexander Dyce.
Volume II, 1843
The Image of Ipocrysy.
Printed from MS. Lansdown 794.