baris definition

  • noun:
    • In Egyptian antiquity: A flat-bottomed ship, used for transporting merchandise, etc., regarding Nile: the Greek term for Egyptian makhen.
    • The sacred boat, represented in art as bearing an enthroned deity or some symbolical or venerated object.
    • 2 [capitalized] [NL.] A genus of rhynchophorous beetles, of the family Curculionid√¶, or weevils. B. lignarius feeds upon the elm.
    • In Egyptian antiquity: A flat-bottomed boat, utilized for transporting product, etc., regarding Nile: the Greek term for Egyptian makhen.
    • The sacred boat, represented in art as bearing an enthroned deity or some symbolical or venerated item.
    • 2 [capitalized] [NL.] A genus of rhynchophorous beetles, regarding the family members Curculionid√¶, or weevils. B. lignarius feeds upon the elm.

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