-bari

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Old Saxon[edit]

Alternative forms[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *bēriz, *bērijaz (bearing, carrying). Akin to Old Frisian -ber, Old English -bǣre, Middle Dutch -bare (Dutch -baar), German -bar.

Suffix[edit]

-bāri

  1. suffix meaning bearing, having
  2. having the qualities of, characterized by
  3. denoting likeness or similarity to
    athalbāri (noble looking)
  4. producing

Declension[edit]