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M. Barley


Who is M. Barley?

M. Barley is an author.

  • born in (106 years ago)
  • written works: "A guide to British topographical collections", "Nottingham now", "The English farmhouse and cottage", "Houses and history", "The house and home", "Lincolnshire and the Fens"

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Google previewA Concise Anglo-Saxon Dictionary (1960)

by John R. Clark Hall, Herbert Dean Meritt

berc= beorc, berec- +berd-, +bere=+byrd-, +bsere bere m. barley, JEJnLR. ['bear'] bereaern n. 'barn,' Lk. [bere, zrn] berfialere m. despoiler, OEG46M. berSaflan to ...

Google previewA Compendious Anglo-Saxon and English Dictionary (1868)

by Joseph Bosworth

Bere, es; m. Barley. — Bere- corn, es; n.A grain of barley. — Bere-ern, berern, beren, ...

Google previewA Smaller Hindustani and English Dictionary (187?)

Printed Entirely in the Roman Character, Conformable to the System Laid Down by Sir William Jones, and Improved Since His Time by Duncan Forbes

jau, m. barley ; the measure of a barley-corn, equal to six mustard- seeds ; the mark between the joints of the fingers.

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A barley corn is better than a diamond to a cock.
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