embarn

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

em- +‎ barn

Verb[edit]

embarn (third-person singular simple present embarns, present participle embarning, simple past and past participle embarned)

  1. (archaic, transitive) To lay up in a barn.
    • 1836, John Mockett, Mockett's Journal (page 69)
      The harvest this year was very late, but having beautiful weather for it, we accomplished it in quick time; I began to reap on the 4th Sept. and finished 109 acres of wheat, together with other grain, which was embarned in 24 days.