barry /ˈbɑːri/

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I. adjective


[Heraldry] divided into typically four, six, or eight equal horizontal bars of alternating tinctures.

barry of six, argent and azure.
– origin late 15th cent.: from French barré ‘barred, striped’, past participle of barrer.

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