Meaning of mard in English:

mard

Pronunciation /mɑːd/

noun

Northern English, Midlands English
  • A sulky mood or fit of petulant bad temper.

    • ‘I'm in a right mard and have already chewed my husband's ears off about it’
    fit of rage, rage, fury, fit of bad temper, fit of ill temper, bad temper, tantrum, passion, paroxysm
    bad mood, fit of bad humour, fit of ill humour, fit of pique, pet, mood, pout, temper, bad temper, the sulks, the doldrums, the blues

Origin

1990s back-formation from mardy.