a former state in W India.
Also called Vadodara. a city in E Gujarat state, in W India: former capital of the state of Baroda.
After a stay there of nearly a week, he marched, in two days, to Baroda.
Rulers of India: Akbar George Bruce Malleson
We go on to-night to Baroda, where the Guicowar is organising a tiger hunt.
Lord Randolph Churchill Winston Spencer Churchill
Portions of the state are crossed by the Bombay & Baroda and the Rajputana railways.
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 3, Part 1, Slice 3 Various
Our next move was by rail to Baroda, 248 miles north of Bombay.
Seven Legs Across the Seas Samuel Murray
Baroda, like so many Indian cities, offered a picture of transition, or at least blending of East and West.
Fifty-One Years of Victorian Life Margaret Elizabeth Leigh Child-Villiers, Countess of Jersey
The Empress Eugnie, 51 carats, the property of the gaikwar of Baroda.
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 8, Slice 4 Various
The journey to Baroda was commenced on November 18th and finished early on the following morning.
The Life of King Edward VII J. Castell Hopkins
The present style of the ruler is Maharaja Gaekwar of Baroda.
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 11, Slice 4 Various
Gouvernail’s personality puzzled Mrs. Baroda, but she liked him.
The Awakening and Selected Short Stories Kate Chopin
India, north of a line drawn from Calcutta to Baroda, to be ceded to Russia.
The Invasion William Le Queux
a former state of W India, part of Gujarat since 1960
the former name (until 1976) of Vadodara
excessively ornate or fussy in artistic or architectural style.
the ability to estimate or perceive differences in the weight of an object. noun (physiol) the ability to judge weight
a record traced by a barograph or similar instrument. noun (meteorol) the record of atmospheric pressure traced by a barograph or similar instrument barogram (bār’ə-grām’) The continuous record of atmospheric pressure made by a barograph.
any of several automatic recording barometers, of which the most common is the aneroid barograph. Historical Examples barograph, bar′o-graf, n. a barometer which records automatically variations of atmospheric pressure. Chambers’s Twentieth Century Dictionary (part 1 of 4: A-D) Various A self-recording barometer (usually an aneroid) is called a barograph. Meteorology Charles Fitzhugh Talman The movements […]