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 kapabig, stern and bearded the Aizlakstes pastor Harfs stood by the grave
    viņi zivis pērk no manas istabas saimnieka: nīgrā un bārdainā večathey buy fish from the owner of my room, a morose, bearded old man

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