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barragán ? (Latin spelling, Hebrew spelling באראגאן)

  1. courageous

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Etymology 1Edit

From Vulgar Latin *barica (warrior), from Gothic *𐌱𐌰𐍂𐌹𐌺𐌰 (*barika), from 𐌱𐌰𐍂𐌰 (bara, man, male), a cognate of Old English beorn (warrior). Vd. baron for more

AdjectiveEdit

barragán (feminine singular barragana, masculine plural barraganes, feminine plural barraganas)

  1. (obsolete) brave

NounEdit

barragán m (plural barraganes, feminine barragana)

  1. The lover of a married person; a concubine.
  2. (obsolete) companion

Etymology 2Edit

From Arabic بَرْكَانِي‏ (barkānī‏, percale), from Persian پرگاله (pargāle, a patch, a percale). See there for more

NounEdit

barragán m (plural barraganes)

  1. Barracan; a waterproof woolen fabric.
  2. A coat made of this fabric.