Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Barbarous.
  • n. A barbarian.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The Greek "barbar" was the equivalent of Team America: World Police's "durka durka durka" bit.

    Roissy in DC

  • Conan barbar a jiné povídky (Conan the Barbarian and Other Stories)

    Conan in the Czech Republic and Slovakia! Part 3!

  • Eelkõige jääb Frank Frazetta kunstilukku barbar Conani kanoonilise kujutise loojana, aga samahästi võiks seda öelda ka Tarzani, John Carteri või Vampirella kohta.

    Suri Frank Frazetta

  • On the main university road in the heart of provincial capital Two CDs and one barbar shop were destroyed through time bomb.

    Two powerful explosion Jolted Peshawar

  • He never was so crass as to make fun of Don Quixote´s barbar bowl helmet.

    AAARRRGGHH!

  • Objektiivne reaalsus on aga selline, et barbar Conan on kordi populaarsem.

    Solomon Kane – esimene plakat

  • Isiklikult pean Solomon Kane'i lugusid paremaks, kui barbar Conani omasid.

    Solomon Kane – esimene plakat

  • Sellenimelise puritaanliku aumehest seikleja mõtles välja kirjanik Robert E. Howard, keda maailmas laiemalt tuntakse kui barbar Conani loojat.

    Solomon Kane – esimene plakat

  • I never expected in a little German town to receive the jeering nickname ‘der Kunst-barbar.’ ...

    The Diary of a Superfluous Man and other stories

  • If after years upon years of delving in ditches dark one tubthumper more than others, Kinihoun or Kahanan, giardarner or mear measenmanonger, has got up for the darnall same pur-pose of reassuring us with all the barbar of the Carrageehouse that our great ascendant was properly speaking three syllables less than his own surname (yes, yes, less!), that the ear of Fionn

    Finnegans Wake

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