- a male given name: from a Hebrew word meaning “son of exhortation.”
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Contemporary Examples of barnaby
“The life and work of Barnaby Jack are legendary and irreplaceable,” it said.Death of Hero Hacker Barnaby Jack Ruled a Drug Overdose
January 4, 2014
Barnaby Jack could kill a man by computer from 30 feet away, but he never would.
CEO Barnaby Montgomery said his business caters to millennials, or "millennial-minded customers."Get the Door. It’s … Amazon?
July 26, 2013
He could make ATMs spit out cash on demand and kill a man with just a computer, but Barnaby Jack used his powers only for good.
Barnaby Rudge This novel, his fifth, had several false starts and passed through the hands of a number of publishers.Book Bag: Actor Simon Callow’s Favorite Dickens Novels
September 25, 2012
Historical Examples of barnaby
But Barnaby, who was by this fairly set agoing, could not now stop himself.
Barnaby True looked around him, but the young lady was gone.
All this Barnaby saw with his first clear consciousness after his swoon.
Wherewith he wished them both joy, and gave Barnaby his hand.
That evening old Barnaby brought his banjo around to the veranda.Southern Lights and Shadows