meaning of BARO

BARO meaning in Law Dictionary

n old law term signifying, originally, a "man," whether slave or no-cost. In later on consumption, a "freeman," a "strong man," a "great soldier," a "baron;" additionally a "vassal," or "feudal tenant or customer," and "husband," the very last being the most frequent meaning of the phrase.

Sentence Examples with the word BARO

The Baro on reaching the plain becomes, however, a navigable stream affording an open waterway to the Nile.

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