Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An element in certain compound scientific terms, implying heaviness.
- n. A sort of blouse or loose shirt, usually brightly colored, worn by natives of the Philippine Islands.
“Joints consist of sensory nerves called baro-receptors.”
“Altitude readout from RADALT is commonly referred to as AGL (above ground level) and differs from MSL (mean sea level) altitude, which is provided by the barometric altimeter, commonly called the “baro.””
“Most civilian aircraft, both commercial and private, use baro altimeter readings in MSL as their reference.”
“June 21, 2009 at 2:32 am o hai Blackbellied Jack, iz “Latcho baro divas” in teh Roma langwaj?”
“Divas = day in menny Indien langwajs, an baro/baraa meens big.”
“The first such puja was held Guptipara - it was called barowari baro meaning twelve and yar meaning friends”
“Latin; and thence to bero and baro: so that such men were called berones, and after barones; and (in Spanish) varones.”
“Miss Cantillon, who was within hearing of this, and had seemed to be highly taken with the baro-net, could hardly let her eyes be civil to me; and yet her really pretty mouth, occasionally, worked it-self into forced smiles, and an affectation of com — plaisance.”
“Robertus Comes Leicestri�, baro de Denbigh, ordinum Garterij et”
“Of a surety, he met with the baro kumpai of the Tsingani, the four families who were foremost among their folk, and a successor was chosen among them.”
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