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Barabara: A barabara or barabora; ulax̂, ulaagamax, ulaq, or ulas; and ciqlluaq were the traditional, main or communal dwelling used by the Alutiiq people and Aleuts, the indigenous people of the Aleutian Islands. They lay partially underground like an earth lodge or pit-house, and most of the house was excavated from the dirt so as to withstand the high forces of wind in the Aleutian chain of islands. Barabaras are no longer used, as present-day Aleuts live in modern houses and apartment buildings.

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Google previewThe Big Alaska Activity Book! (2001)

by Carole Marsh

Barabara is a house made of ice and snow. It is pronounced buh- RAH-buh-ruh. 4. Cheechako is a Cherokee Indian word. It means greenhorn or tenderfoot. 5. Nalukatak is a traditional Eskimo game of blanket toss. A person stands in the ...

Google previewThe BIG Alaska Reproducible Activity Book (2011)

by Carole Marsh

Barabara is a house made ...

Google previewThe One Piece Adventurer (2007)

A Treasure Trove of Trivia by Kazuhisa Fujie, Onno van't Hot

Barabara is a Japanese term for breaking something up. Those that have eaten this Devil Fruit become permanently immune to cuts and wounds. They are also good at long range fighting since they can separate into pieces and attack from a ...

Google previewPeak Encyclopaedia K.C.S.E. Compulsory Subjects

Kwa sababu zisizokuwa na uzito hasa, vibarabara, barabara na mabarabara yetu hivi leo yamekuwa ni mapitio ya vyombo vya usafiri vinavyojitangaza kwa kupiga honi, mingurumo ya kasi na chwiichwii za breki zinazonuiwa kusimamisha ...

Google previewThe Element Encyclopedia of Native Americans: An A to Z of Tribes, Culture, and History (2013)

by Adele Nozedar

The InuitandAleutpeoples built large lodges in which many people could live; thiswasthe barabara. Partially dug into the ground to a depth of approximately 2 feet, the barabara was lined with timber and the roof—except for a chimney or ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Architecture and Building (1905)

Biographical, Historical, and Descriptive by Russell Sturgis

BARABARA. An Alaskan house made of logs or whale ribs surrounded by sods, with the roof covered with sticks, dried grass, and sods. The grasses and flowers in the sods commonly continue to grow. A small window at the end, primitively ...

Google previewSturgis' Illustrated Dictionary of Architecture and Building (2013)

An Unabridged Reprint of the 1901-2 Edition by Russell Sturgis, Francis A. Davis

BARABARA. An Alaskan house made of logs or whale ribs surrounded by sods, with the roof covered with sticks, dried grass, and sods. The grasses and flowers in the sods commonly continue to grow. A small window at the end, primitively ...

Google previewTulu-English Dictionary (1886)

by A. Männer

шип barabara., s. А noise, as ...

Google previewDictionary of the American West (2008)

by Win Blevins

BARABARA.

Google previewComparative Austronesian Dictionary (1995)

An Introduction to Austronesian Studies by Darrell T. Tryon

raha-rj fana-k hiba-n daba'lay ritere katn-o soko ade-n barabara mimire-n akor ka- mb6ro ...

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Scrabble value of B3A1R1A1B3A1R1A1

The value of this 8-letter word is 12 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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