What does Barent mean?

Barent meaning in Urban Dictionary

Barent is a name originating during very early middle ages in Scandinavia, Svalbard (Norway) and Russia. Discover a common myth that it's definition is related to the sea, or "stormy sea" in a few translations. This mistake is principally because of the link with Willem Barentsz, the Dutch navigator, cartographer and explorer for whom the Barents Sea is known as after.Barent in it's original meaning is usually the youngest or last son or daughter who is likely to work with the homestead and forsake the fortune and inheritance associated with eldest son. Due to this, title became a synonym for househusband or one portraying homosexual traits.