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barmy containing, resembling, or full of barm; yeasty, foamy, or frothy. [2 definitions]
barn a large farm building designed to house livestock or store equipment or produce.
barnacle any of a large group of marine crustaceans that are free-floating as larvae, but attach to submerged or intertidal surfaces such as wharves, rocks, ship bottoms, and the like, and form sharp-edged shells as adults. [3 definitions]
barn dance a social gathering for dancing, often held in a barn and featuring square dances.
barn owl a brown and white owl that lives in barns and feeds on rodents.
barnstorm to travel through rural areas giving performances, political speeches, exhibition contests, or the like. [3 definitions]
barn swallow a small insect-eating bird with dark blue and tan plumage and a deeply forked tail, that often nests in barns and similar structures.
barnyard a yard or fenced area adjacent to a barn, esp. an enclosure for livestock and other farm animals. [3 definitions]
baro- weight; pressure.
barogram a visual record of atmospheric pressure over time, produced by a barograph.
barograph a barometer that automatically records the atmospheric pressure.
barometer a meteorological instrument that measures atmospheric pressure, esp. used to predict weather changes. [2 definitions]
barometric pressure the pressure of the earth's atmosphere, as measured by a barometer; atmospheric pressure.
baron a member of the hereditary nobility. In Great Britain, a baron is a nobleman of the lowest rank; peer. [2 definitions]
baronage the rank of baron. [2 definitions]
baroness a female baron. [2 definitions]
baronet a member of the hereditary nobility ranking below a baron and above a knight.
barong a heavy, broad-bladed knife or cleaver that is used by the Moros of the Philippines.
baronial of or pertaining to a baron, or the order of barons. [2 definitions]
barony a baron's land holdings. [2 definitions]
baroque (often cap.) of or pertaining to the style or period in art, music, and architecture prevailing in Europe following the Renaissance, from about 1550 to about 1750, characterized by bold and elaborate forms of ornamentation. [5 definitions]