Common misspellings for barn:
burnie, bannk, barba, barner, binar, birng, btain, boirn, banan, bearnik, badn, beean, bahrian, barp, webnar, bagin, barha, barlin, kuban, bagn, bueno, baken, beern, burnd, borin, barsan, bornig, berni, beene, eearn, borng, bearng, bawww, bourn, bbeen, bann, woburn, bmany, brn, bary, larn, quarn, bargin, barnd, waarn, aburn, bakin, arn, baja, banane, boren, barh, bgain, borwn, barnch, burno, beewn, beaing, barg, bargian, bahar, bianry, bart, barni, barr, barnny, burnig, birn, bargan, bara, harn, burng, bersen, parn, baank, bornm, beany, barve, bain, karn, obain, baren, bahrein, basen, bargen, bagen, bannar, bacan, berny, blwn, buynow, abrn, bason, beaen, banna, byfar, beasn, banor, bothn, buchann, gobern, bagun, hahn, bornt, baqune, barran, siobahn, burne, bahri, iearn, baing, bearin, barnie, barin, biorn, borni, banne, bahrin, bacn, beatn, beeen, aubern, bdrn, baen, bagan, borrn, obana, biana, baund, urbarn, bannor, burney, byany, bern, babin, bannna, beain, beenw, carn, bagon, berniw, bannd, bannaa, biran, beenr, bbain, bacin, brane, beagn, birnam, balon, burdn, banin, burnng, been3, barain, byran, barca, backn, baon, behain, berney, beren, heburn, bargon, boarn, bornd, bprn, born, barkin, thabn, narn, bathin, boucn, barb, bakon, wharn, batn, beorn, borna, bamm, barnawi, bairn, barnet, barny, barney, beairng, be4en, bee3n, wbeen, btwn, balun, bourne, bornw, buuny, buren, farn, varn, garn, bzrn, bsrn, bwrn, bqrn, bafn, ba5n, ba4n, vbarn, bvarn, nbarn, bnarn, hbarn, bharn, gbarn, bgarn, bzarn, bazrn, bsarn, basrn, bwarn, bawrn, bqarn, baqrn, baern, badrn, bardn, bafrn, barfn, batrn, bartn, ba5rn, bar5n, ba4rn, bar4n, barjn, barnj, barhn, barnh, bran, bbarn, barrn, barnn, rarn, jarn, bcrn, ba2n, bavn, bapn, b arn, ba rn, bar n.
Definition of barn:
- a storehouse ( Deuteronomy 28:8 ; Job 39:12 ; Haggai 2:19 ) for grain, which was usually under ground, although also sometimes above ground ( Luke 12:18 ).
- To lay up in a barn.
- ( atomic or nuclear physics) a unit of nuclear cross section; the effective circular area that one particle presents to another as a target for an encounter
- an outlying farm building for storing grain or animal feed and housing farm animals
- ( physics) a unit of nuclear cross section; the effective circular area that one particle presents to another as a target for an encounter
- A covered building used chiefly for storing grain, hay, and other productions of a farm. In the United States a part of the barn is often used for stables.
- A covered building for the storage of grain or other farm produce; often used as a stable.
- A building in which grain, hay, etc., are stored.
- BARN- DOOR, BARNYARD.
- Building in which grain, hay, etc., are stored.
- A storehouse for hay, etc.
- A child. [ Obs.] See Bairn.
- A covered building for farm produce.