barbate


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bar·bate

 (bär′bāt′)
adj.
Having a beard; bearded.

[Latin barbātus, from barba, beard; see barb1.]

barbate

(ˈbɑːbeɪt)
adj
(Biology) chiefly biology having tufts of long hairs; bearded
[C19: from Latin barba a beard]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.barbate - having hair on the cheeks and chinbarbate - having hair on the cheeks and chin  
unshaved, unshaven - not shaved
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History shows that on 18 July 711, Tarik, with about 7,000 Berber troops and 300 Arabs, engaged King Roderick leading some 60,000 troops at the Janda Lagoon by the mouth of the Barbate River in southwest Spain.
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Customs officers found the 36ft UK-registered sloop Poseidon in Barbate harbour and took the boat to Algeciras in the south of Spain.
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For the last seven or eight years, we've seen a drought in the catch," says Diego Crespo, who fishes off the town of Barbate, south of Cadiz.