noun, plural bar·dos. (often initial capital letter)
Origin of bardo
Examples from the Web for bardo
Bardo is serving a life sentence without the possibility of parole.Rock Star Shirley Manson From Garbage Battles a Cyberstalker|Christine Pelisek, Chris Lee|July 16, 2012|DAILY BEAST
He spoke with dry emphasis, evidently intended to convey something more to Bardo than was implied by the mere words.
From what quarter of the sky has this pretty Greek youngster alighted so close to thy chair, Bardo?
I am glad you chose Nello's shop; it makes so good a variety with Bardo and Romola.The Life, Letters and Work of Frederic Leighton|Mrs. Russell Barrington
Bardo paused, but neither Romola nor Tito dared to speak—his voice was too tremulous, the poise of his feelings too doubtful.
Bardo sank backward again, too delicate to ask another question that might probe a sorrow which he divined to be recent.