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a combining form meaning “pressure,” used in the formation of compound words: barograph.
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Also especially before a vowel, bar- .
Origin of baro-
Combining form of Greek báros weight; akin to Sanskrit guru, Latin gravis, Gothic kaurus heavy
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How to use baro- in a sentence
It would be trifling to dispute that the tenant of a baronia major might be called a baro major.
Baro wheeled and slid down the incline, closely followed by the rest of the group.The Players|Everett B. Cole
Both admitted that there was a great elder grown up God (the baro puro dewel), and a smaller younger God (the tikno tarno dewel).
Man weas mr lowe gar gobe dschanel o Baro Dewel ani Bolebin.
So that baro may seem to hav come from that name; which time haz, by little and little, made somewhat smoother.A Collection of Essays and Fugitiv Writings|Noah Webster
British Dictionary definitions for baro-
indicating weight or pressurebarometer
Word Origin for baro-
from Greek baros weight; related to Latin gravis heavy
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