Baro



a combining form meaning “pressure,” used in the formation of compound words:
barograph.
Historical Examples

baro nodded, and started up the line, reorganizing the caravan.
The Players Everett B. Cole

Only one bandit, a skilled swordsman, remained, to keep baro busy.
The Players Everett B. Cole

baro wheeled and slid down the incline, closely followed by the rest of the group.
The Players Everett B. Cole

“We’ll have to hire some more guards and drivers in Jogurth,” said baro.
The Players Everett B. Cole

Man weas mr lowe gar gobe dschanel o baro Dewel ani Bolebin.
The English Gipsies and Their Language Charles G. Leland

It would be trifling to dispute that the tenant of a baronia major might be called a baro major.
View of the State of Europe during the Middle Ages, Vol. 3 (of 3) Henry Hallam

The bust was covered with a wide-sleeved camisita, or waist (baro), to which was sometimes added a handkerchief.
Philippine Progress Prior to 1898 Various

But at that present I read not that the word baro was brought into those parts.
Chronicles (1 of 6): The Description of Britaine Raphaell Holinshed

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

Both admitted that there was a great elder grown up God (the baro puro dewel), and a smaller younger God (the tikno tarno dewel).
The English Gipsies and Their Language Charles G. Leland

combining form
indicating weight or pressure: barometer

baro- or bar-
pref.
Weight; pressure: baroreceptor.

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