Aramaic

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Noun

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בַּר (bar)

  1. absolute form of בְּרָא (b'rā)
  2. construct form of בְּרָא (b'rā)

Preposition

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בַּר (bar)

  1. outside, except
    Antonym: גו

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Pronunciation

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Etymology 1

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Root
ב־ר־ר (b-r-r)

From ב־ר־ר (b-r-r).

Noun

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בָּר (barm [pattern: קֶטֶל]

  1. Grain
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Proper noun

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בַּר (barm or f [pattern: קֶטֶל]

  1. a male or female given name, Bar
  2. a surname

Adjective

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בַּר (bar) (feminine בָּרָה, masculine plural בָּרִים, feminine plural בָּרוֹת) [pattern: קֶטֶל]

  1. Clean, pure
    אנו שומרים על בית בר.
    anu shomrim al bayit bar.
    We keep a clean house.

Etymology 2

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From Aramaic בַּר (bar), singular construct form of בְּרָא (bərā, son). Doublet of בֵּן (bēn).

Prefix

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בַּר (bar)

  1. having a certain trait, -able
    מַזָּל (mazál, luck)בַּר־מַזָּל (bár-mazál, lucky)
    הַשָּׂגָה (hasagá, achieving)בַּר־הַשָּׂגָה (bár-hasagá, achievable)
    דַּעַת (dá'at, knowledge)בַּר־דַּעַת (bár-dá'at, knowledgeable)
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Etymology 3

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From Proto-Semitic *barr-. Compare Arabic بَرّ (barr, outside, dry land).

Noun

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בַּר (barm [pattern: קֶטֶל]

  1. Outside, outdoors, wilderness
    הילדים הלכו לשחק בבר.
    ha-y'ladim hal'khu l'sakhek ba-bar.
    The children went to play in the out-of-doors.
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Etymology 4

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From English bar.

Noun

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בָּר (barm

  1. A bar: a venue for the sale of alcoholic beverages.

Etymology 5

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From Ancient Greek βάρος (báros, weight), via English bar and cognates.

Noun

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בַּר (barm

  1. A bar: 100,000 pascals.

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