Definition of bairn
Examples of bairn in a sentence
at the Scottish festival there were traditional contests of strength and endurance, Celtic fiddlers, and groups of bairns performing Highland flings
Origin and Etymology of bairn
Middle English bern, barn, from Old English bearn & Old Norse barn; akin to Old High German barn child
First Known Use: before 12th century
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