Pronunciation: (bar'ō),[key] —n. 1. a flat, rectangular frame used for carrying a load, esp. such a frame with projecting shafts at each end for handles; handbarrow.
2. a wheelbarrow.
3. Brit.a pushcart used by street vendors, esp. by costermongers.
Pronunciation: (bar'ō),[key] —n. 1. Archaeol.tumulus (def. 1).
2. Chiefly Brit.a hill (sometimes used in combination): Trentishoe Barrow in North Devon; Whitbarrow in North Lancashire.
Pronunciation: (bar'ō),[key] —n. a castrated male swine.
Pronunciation: (bar'ō),[key] —n. 1. Also called Bar•row-in-Fur•nessPronunciation: (bar'ō in fûr'nis).[key]a seaport in Cumbria, in NW England. 73,900.
2. Point, the N tip of Alaska: the northernmost point of the U.S.
3. a town in N Alaska, S of Barrow Point: site of a government science-research center. 2207.