beaker folk

plural noun, often capitalized B \ˈbēkə(r)-\\-mən, -ˌmen\
variants: less commonly

beaker people

\ˈbēkə(r)-\ or


\-mən, -ˌmen\

Definition of beaker folk

  1. :  a prehistoric people living in Europe in the early Bronze Age whose culture was characterized by bell beakers buried with their dead in round barrows

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a rounded knoll or a ridge of ice

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