Definition of Baratheas

1. barathea [n] - See also: barathea



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Baratheas

baracan
baracans
baraghtan
baragnosis
barakah
baralyme
baramin
baraminological
baraminologist
baraminologists
baraminology
baramins
baranduki
bararite
barathea
baratheas (current term)
barathrum
barathrums
baratovite
baraza
barazas
barb
barba
barbacan
barbacanage
barback
barbacks
barbacoa
barbadoes
barbados

Literary usage of Baratheas

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1. A System of Geography, Popular and Scientific: Or A Physical, Political, and by James Bell (1832)
"... the see of the noted James baratheas, the father of the Syrian Monophysites, or Syrian Jacobites. ..."

2. A Cotton Fabrics Glossary by Frank P. Bennett, & Co (1914)
"baratheas are excellent wearing fabrics, the yarns exposed to wear, the warp yarns, being necessarily fine and of good quality. They are made to differ in ..."

3. Continuation and Additions to the History of Bradford, and Its Parish by John James (1866)
"... baratheas, reps, cords, cloths ; 6th. Italian summer cloths, russell and mottled cords; 6th. mixed and mottled goods, ..."

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