an ancient Carthaginian family to which Hamilcar, Hasdrubal, and Hannibal belonged.
A Barca has arrived from S. Erasmo, the island of the market-gardens.
New Italian sketches John Addington Symonds
They sailed into the small harbor of Barca at ten in the morning.
Creatures of the Abyss Murray Leinster
Denham advised him to submit, and Barca Gana, appearing, invited him to dismount.
Great African Travellers W.H.G. Kingston
So that you could not take a speaking horn and halloa for a Barca?
The Admiral Douglas Sladen
Barcelona, named after the powerful family of Barca in Carthage, to which Hannibal belonged.
A Short History of Spain Mary Platt Parmele
On reaching the railway-station we chartered a Barca to take us to our hotel.
‘Farewell, Nikola’ Guy Boothby
Once, at Barca, I saw a white raven—but perhaps after all it was only a dove.
Serapis, Complete Georg Ebers
Of this number about three hundred thousand belong to Barca.
The World and Its People: Book VII Anna B. Badlam
Barca, the Bornou general, had three horses killed under him.
Celebrated Travels and Travellers Jules Verne
In 509 a second expedition was dispatched against Barca, a colony of Cyrene.
Authors of Greece T. W. Lumb
the surname of several noted Carthaginian generals, including Hamilcar, Hasdrubal, and Hannibal
- Bar car
a railroad car equipped with a bar that serves beverages, especially liquors and beer, and sometimes snacks.
- Bar cart
a small table on wheels, outfitted for serving drinks; a portable bar.
- Bar chart
bar graph. Contemporary Examples A bar chart showing quarterly GDP growth resembles the teeth of a saw, not a picket fence. The U.S. Economy Had a Hiccup, Not a Heart Attack, This Year Daniel Gross May 28, 2014 noun another name for bar graph
- Bar chord
barré chord. a musical chord that is played on a stringed instrument using the barré technique.
- Bar clamp
a clamp having two jaws attached to a bar, one fixed and the other adjustable by means of a screw mechanism.