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Barya

Definition of the noun BARYA

What does BARYA mean as a name of something?

Barya is a genus of Begoniaceae.

Barya is a genus of Clavicipitaceae, described by Fuckel in 1864.

Barya is a genus of Clavicipitaceae, described by Fuckel in 1864.

Explanation

Barya a.k.a. Nara Language: The Nara or Barea language is a Nilo-Saharan language spoken chiefly in western Eritrea. The language is often confused with Kunama, which is at best only distantly related. According to Tsige Hailemichael, the "...Nara language is in danger of quickly disappearing." The name Barea is considered very derogatory as it translates to "slave".

Phrases with Barya

Phrases starting with the word Barya:

  1. Barya Montana
  2. Barya Byssicola
  3. Barya Aurantiaca
  4. Barya Monadelpha
  5. Barya Parasitica
  6. Barya Salacensis
  7. Barya Agaricicola
  8. Barya Salaccensis
  9. Barya Lichenophila
  10. Barya Parasitica Caespitosa

Phrase ending with the word Barya:

  1. Genus Barya

Other phrases containing the word Barya:

  1. Species Barya Montana
  2. Species Barya Byssicola
  3. Species Barya Aurantiaca
  4. Species Barya Parasitica
  5. Species Barya Salacensis
  6. Species Barya Agaricicola
  7. Species Barya Salaccensis

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Barya

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Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Eritrea (2010)

by Dan Connell, Tom Killion

BARYA (alt. Baria). The commonly used Tigrinya and Tigre name for Eritrea's Nara ethnic group. The name was once synonymous with “slave,” and retains a pejorative connotation today. Nonetheless, the name is of great antiquity, appearing ...

Google previewInternational Dictionary of Food and Cooking (1998)

by Charles Gordon Sinclair

barya. a. jagnjetinom. (Bkl. A. iamh. and. okra. casserole. from. Serhia. barzotte ( Itl Soft hoiled, as of eggs bas de carre (Frl masc. The top part of the shoulder of veal equivalent to scrag end of lamh base 1 The chemical term for a suhstance ...

Google previewAinsworth & Bisby's Dictionary of the Fungi (2008)

by Geoffrey Clough Ainsworth

Barya Fuckel (1864) [non Barya Klotzsch 1854, Begoniaceae] !

Google previewDictionary of Languages (1998)

The Definitive Reference to More Than 400 Languages by Andrew Dalby

Numerals in MUNDARI and Santali Mundari Santali mid' barya apia upunia morea turwia ea irylia area ...

Google previewPilipino/English, English/Pilipino Concise Dictionary (1988)

by Sam Bickford, Angelina Bickford

shack, hut barya /bahr- Y AH/ n ...

Google previewThe Watkins Dictionary of Angels (2012)

Over 2,000 Entries on Angels and Angelic Beings by Julia Cresswell

Barya'il An angel of the Muslim seventh heaven. Bashir see MUBASHSHIR AND BASHIR Basilon and Basilion see ORIEL Bastelyn, Bastaylyn A Tuesday angel in the Liber Juratus and the Sloane manuscript Book of Raziel. Basy An angel of ...

Google previewA dictionary, Hindoostanee and English (1808)

Originally compiled for his own private use, by Capt. Joseph Taylor. Revised and prepared for the press, with the assistance of learned natives in the College of Fort William, by W. Hunter, M.D. by Joseph Taylor (Major.)

barya, n. s. m. A whetter (of Swords, knives &c.) P. J. baz, n. s. m. 1 A female falcon, a hawk. (Sun. ITTT) /23 baz-dar, n. s. m. A salconer. (£2/92 lbaz- daree, n. s. f. The charge of Hawks, keeping falcons. 2 a v. Again. C73. baz-ana, v. n. ...

Google previewDictionary of Food (2009)

International Food and Cooking Terms from A to Z by Charles Sinclair

and sour cream, seasoned, chilledand servedwith slices of hardboiled egg barya ajagnjetinom Balkans A lamb and okra casserole from Serbia barzotte Italy Softboiled, asof eggs basal mahshi Persian Gulf Stuffed onion made by making a .

Google previewComparative Austronesian Dictionary (1995)

An Introduction to Austronesian Studies by Darrell T. Tryon

Also [barya], from Spanish variar 'vary' .

Google previewDictionary of Ancient Magic Words and Spells (2015)

From Abraxas to Zoar by Claude Lecouteux

utangelsemon barya therica getraman sechalmata balnat hariynos haylos halos genegat gemnegal saneyalaix samartaix camael satabmal simalena gaycyah salmancha sabanon salmalsay silimacroton zegasme bacherietas zemethim ...

Google previewA dictionary of chemistry and of mineralogy as connected with it (1826)

by William Campbell Ottley

Barya or Baryta. See Barytes. Barytes ; formerly called Ponderous Earth, and Earth of ponderous Spar.

Google previewA Dictionary, Hindoostany and English (1808)

by William Hunter

barya, n. s. m. A whetter (ofSwords, knives &c.) P. jl baz, n. s. m. 1 A female falcon, a hawk. (Sun. j))jl baz-dar, n. s.m. A falconer. Ibaz-daree, n. s. f. The charge of Hawks, keeping falcons. 2 adv. Again. CTjt, baz-ana, v. n. (') To decline, ...

Google previewA Jewish Neo-Aramaic Dictionary (2002)

Dialects of Amidya, Dihok, Nerwa and Zakho, Northwestern Iraq : Based on Old and New Manuscripts, Oral and Written Bible Translations, Folkloric Texts, and Diverse Spoken Registers, with an Introduction to Grammar and Semantics, and an Index of Talmudic Words which Have Reflexes in Jewish Neo-Aramaic by Yona Sabar

qitla dla - lag barya Execution without investigation is not possible (PolU 155);cf. X-ixpm; pi. baqaryata; ...

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Scrabble value of B3A1R1Y4A1

The value of this 5-letter word is 10 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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