- barbarossa i,
- barbarossa ii,
- barbarossa, frederick,
- barbary ape,
- barbary coast,
- barbary coast wars
Origin of barbarous
Examples from the Web for barbarously
The Hungarians were fleeced and barbarously oppressed by those to whom he intrusted the government of their country.The History of England in Three Volumes, Vol.II.|Tobias Smollett
The Count Elian, and the commanders of the legions who had conducted the gallant defence, were barbarously crucified.
Even these moments' agony is barbarously prolonged and my sad heart sinks under their mortal blows.Amphitryon|Moliere
It was hard for her to understand how any civilized people could find it in their hearts to treat human beings so barbarously.Uncle Daniel's Story Of "Tom" Anderson|John McElroy
In a moment the scene was overclouded; her husband was barbarously slain; and all Scotland was in a ferment.Life of Mary Queen of Scots, Volume II (of 2)|Henry Glassford Bell
Word Origin for barbarous
c.1400, "uncivilized, uncultured, ignorant," from Latin barbarus, from Greek barbaros (see barbarian). Meaning "not Greek or Latin" (of words or language) is from c.1500; that of "savagely cruel" is from 1580s.