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Bargeboard Barge"board`, n. [Perh. corrup. of vergeboard; or
cf. LL. bargus a kind of gallows.]
BargecourseBargecourse Barge"course`, n. [See Bargeboard.] (Arch.)
A part of the tiling which projects beyond the principal
rafters, in buildings where there is a gable. --Gwilt.
Bargee Bar*gee", n.
A bargeman. [Eng.]
Bargeman Barge"man, n.
The man who manages a barge, or one of the crew of a barge.
Bargemastter Barge"mast`ter, n.
The proprietor or manager of a barge, or one of the crew of a
Barger Bar"ger, n.
The manager of a barge. [Obs.]
BumbargeBumbarge Bum"barge`, n.
See Bumboat. --Carlyle.
Embarge Em*barge", v. t.
To put in a barge. [Poetic] --Drayton.
Inbarge In"barge, v. t. & i.
To embark; to go or put into a barge. [Obs.] --Drayton.
Meaning of Barge from wikipedia
- landing barge
Oil barge Paddle barge
Péniche or Spitz barge Pleasure barge Power barge
Row barge Royal barge
Sand barge Severn
trow Tank barge Thames
, the Big August
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held in Las Vegas during
w****end of August. It consists
of a series
- crowded harbours
canals, or those
move at all, such as barges
ships, log rafts, or oil platforms. They are powerful
- A Dutch barge
is a traditional
flat-bottomed shoal-draught barge
used to carry cargo
in the shallow Zuyder
Zee and the waterways
- A barge
is a flat-bottomed boat. Barge
may also refer
to: France Barges
, Côte-d'Or, a commune
in Burgundy Barges
, Haute-Loire. a commune
- Barge Haulers
on the Volga
(Russian: Бурлаки на Волге, Burlaki
na Volge) is an 1870–1873 oil-on-canvas painting
Ilya Repin. It depicts...
- A hopper barge
is a kind of non-mechanical ship or vessel
by itself, unlike
some other types
, that is designed
- A royal barge
is a ceremonial barge
that is used by a monarch
on a body of water. Royal barges
used in monarchies...
is a 90-foot-long (27 m) British royal barge
. She was privately commissioned
as a tribute
to Queen Elizabeth
II for her 2012 Diamond
is a form of intermodal freight transport where containers
on a barge
to a destination
on an inland