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barnyard

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1barnyard

noun barn·yard \-ˌyärd\

: an area of ground near a barn that usually has a fence around it

Full Definition of BARNYARD

:  a usually fenced area adjoining a barn

First Known Use of BARNYARD

14th century

2barnyard

adjective

: of or relating to a farm

: not polite : somewhat crude or rude

Full Definition of BARNYARD

:  smutty, earthy, scatological <barnyard humor>

Examples of BARNYARD

  1. goats, pigs, and other barnyard animals

First Known Use of BARNYARD

1927

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