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  1. Barrow | Definition of Barrow by Merriam-Webster

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    Barrow definition is - mountain, mound —used only in the names of hills in England. How to use barrow in a sentence.

  2. Define barrow. barrow synonyms, barrow pronunciation, barrow translation, English dictionary definition of barrow. ) See Utqiagvik . n. 1. A handbarrow. 2. A wheelbarrow. n. A large mound of earth or stones placed over a burial site. n. A pig that has been castrated...

  3. Barrow | Definition of Barrow at Dictionary.com

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    Barrow definition, a flat, rectangular frame used for carrying a load, especially such a frame with projecting shafts at each end for handles; handbarrow. See more.

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  4. barrow - Wiktionary

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    1. (UK) IPA(key): /ˈbæɹ.əʊ/ 2. (US) enPR: bărʹō, IPA(key): /ˈbæɹoʊ/ 3. (Mary–marry–merry distinction) 4. (Mary–marry–merry merger) 5. Rhymes: -ærəʊ

    From Middle English berwe, bergh, from Old English beorg (“mountain, hill, mound, barrow, burial place”), from Proto-Germanic *bergaz (“mountain”), from Proto-Indo-European *bʰerǵʰ- (“high; height”). Cognate with Scots burrow (“mound, tumulus, barrow”), Saterland Frisian Bäirch, Bierich (“mountain”), West Frisian berch (“mountain”), Dutch berg (“mountain”), Low German Barg (“mountain”), German Berg (“mountain”), Danish bjerg (“mountain”), Swedish berg (“mountain”), Norwegian Bokmål berg (“roc...

    From Middle English barowe, barwe, barewe, from Old English bearwe (“basket, handbarrow”), from Proto-Germanic *barwǭ, *barwijǭ (“stretcher, bier”) (compare Low German Berwe, Old Norse barar (plural), Middle High German radebere (“wheelbarrow”)), from *beraną (“to bear”). More at bear.

  5. Barrow | burial mound | Britannica

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    Barrow, in England, ancient burial place covered with a large mound of earth. In Scotland, Ireland, and Wales the equivalent term is cairn. Barrows were constructed in England from Neolithic (c. 4000 bc) until late pre-Christian (c. ad 600) times. Barrows of the Neolithic Period were long and

  6. Utqiagvik, Alaska - Wikipedia

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    Barrow High School recorded its first win two weeks later; the coaches and players celebrated the historic win by jumping into the Arctic Ocean, just 100 yd (91 m) from the makeshift dirt field. On August 17, 2007, the Whalers football team played their first game of the season on their new artificial-turf field.

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