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1barrow

noun bar·row \ˈber-(ˌ)ō, ˈba-(ˌ)rō\

Definition of BARROW

1
:  mountain, mound —used only in the names of hills in England
2
:  a large mound of earth or stones over the remains of the dead :  tumulus

Origin of BARROW

Middle English bergh, from Old English beorg; akin to Old High German berg mountain, Sanskrit bṛhant high
First Known Use: before 12th century

2barrow

noun

Definition of BARROW

:  a male hog castrated before sexual maturity

Origin of BARROW

Middle English barow, from Old English bearg; akin to Old High German barug barrow
First Known Use: before 12th century

Other Animal Husbandry Terms

apiary, bantam, calico, girth, hogwash, mast, rut

Rhymes with BARROW

3barrow

noun

Definition of BARROW

1
a :  handbarrow
b :  wheelbarrow
2
:  a cart with a shallow box body, two wheels, and shafts for pushing it

Origin of BARROW

Middle English barew, from Old English bearwe; akin to Old English beran to carry — more at bear
First Known Use: before 12th century

Barrow

biographical name Bar·row \ˈba-(ˌ)rō\

Definition of BARROW

Isaac 1630–1677 Eng. math. & theol.

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