(of a charge or charges) transversely across an escutcheon, in the manner of a bar.
barwise was then considered the best watchmaker in London, and perhaps in the world.
George Bowring – A Tale Of Cader Idris R. D. Blackmore
Informal. to go to a succession of bars or nightclubs, with a brief stay at each. Contemporary Examples Diane Dimond on his personal angst, the dream home for sale—and his bar-hopping nights. John Edwards in Exile Diane Dimond June 16, 2010 Diane Dimond on his personal angst, the dream home for sale—and bar-hopping nights chatting […]
bar-jesus son of Joshua, the patronymic of Elymas the sorcerer (Acts 13:6), who met Paul and Barnabas at Paphos. Elymas is a word of Arabic origin meaning “wise.”
bar-jona son of Jonah, the patronymic of Peter (Matt. 16:17; John 1:42), because his father’s name was Jonas. (See PETER.) Historical Examples Blessed art thou, Simon bar-jona: for flesh and blood hath not revealed it unto thee, but my Father which is in heaven. Walks and Words of Jesus M. N. Olmsted
a long-handled spoon, usually having the capacity of a teaspoon, used for mixing or measuring ingredients for alcoholic drinks.