- jargon, speech, or discourse; “We can’t tumble to that BARRIKIN,” _i.e._, we don’t understand what he says. “Cheese your BARRIKIN,” shut up. _Miege_ calls it “a sort of stuff;” _Old French_, BARACAN.
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