bārdains

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Latvian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From bārda (beard) +‎ -ains.

Pronunciation[edit]

(file)

Adjective[edit]

bārdains (def. bārdainais, comp. bārdaināks, sup. visbārdainākais; adv. bārdaini)

  1. (of humans, animals, their body parts) bearded, having a beard
    bārdains cilvēks, vīrietisbearded person, man
    bārdaina kazabearded goat
    bārdaina sejabearded face
    bārdaini vaigibearded cheeks
    liels, bargs un bārdains Aizlakstes mācītājs Harfs stāvēja pie kapa — big, stern and bearded the Aizlakstes pastor Harfs stood by the grave
    viņi zivis pērk no manas istabas saimnieka: nīgrā un bārdainā veča — they buy fish from the owner of my room, a morose, bearded old man

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