a trademark for a distinctive type of deeply padded lounging chair
He sat in the Barcalounger with the remote control and was content.
for Edward J. Barcolo + lounger
an ancient Carthaginian family to which Hamilcar, Hasdrubal, and Hannibal belonged. Cyrenaica. Historical Examples The Hannonian family seems to have made the greatest figure in the senate; the barcan in the field. Reflections on the Rise and Fall of the Ancient Republicks Edward Wortley Montagu Though the barcan family produced some great officers, who at […]
a boating song of the Venetian gondoliers. a piece of music composed in the style of such songs. Historical Examples He ran upstairs, singing a barcarole at the top of his voice, and rushed into the room, waving the model ship above his head. Stories by English Authors: Africa Various Madame Hvoslef, who is an […]
a boating song of the Venetian gondoliers. a piece of music composed in the style of such songs. Historical Examples The singing society then sang a barcarolle, the words of the first line being, “Of the sea, our yacht is the pride.” Quincy Adams Sawyer and Mason’s Corner Folks Charles Felton Pidgin In Chopin’s barcarolle […]
noun the Italian name for Al Marj