bargham

bar·gham

English syllables. 2014.

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  • bargham — ˈbärfəm, rkəm noun ( s) Etymology: Middle English, perhaps from Old English beorgan to protect + hama covering more at bury, hame now dialect England : a horse collar …   Useful english dictionary

  • brecham — ˈbreḵəm noun ( s) Etymology: Middle English berhom, bargham more at bargham chiefly Scot & Irish : a horse collar …   Useful english dictionary

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  • Christopher Garneys — Sir Christopher Garneys or Garnysse (died 1534), was the chief porter of Calais, and a gentleman usher of the king s chamber in the beginning of the reign of Henry VIII. He was the king s companion in the masquerades then popular at court, and… …   Wikipedia

  • barkum — dial. form of bargham, horse collar …   Useful english dictionary

  • berhom — obs. form of bargham …   Useful english dictionary

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