Barbara
Barbara Bar"ba*ra, n. [Coined by logicians.] (Logic) The first word in certain mnemonic lines which represent the various forms of the syllogism. It indicates a syllogism whose three propositions are universal affirmatives. --Whately. [1913 Webster]

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  • Barbara — ist ein weiblicher Vorname, selten auch Familienname. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Herkunft und Bedeutung des Namens 2 Namenstag 3 Bärbele Treiben 4 …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Barbara — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Para otros usos de este término, véase Bárbara (desambiguación). Placa en honor a Barbara en una plaza de París Barbara fue una cantante , compositora francesa nacida como Mónica …   Wikipedia Español

  • Barbara — m. Lóg. Uno de los modos posibles del *silogismo, perteneciente a la primera figura. * * * Bárbara. □ V. rancho de Santa Bárbara. * * * Modo de silogismo válido de la primera figura. Ejemplo: Todos los humanos son mortales los persas son humanos… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Barbara — may refer to:* Barbara (AN), a town in Italy * Saint Barbara, 3rd century martyr * Barbara of Portugal (1711–1758), Queen Consort of Spain * Barbara (singer), French singer * Barbara (film), 1998 Danish film directed by Nils Malmros * Barbara (TV …   Wikipedia

  • Barbara — Bárbara, ein eigenthümlicher Taufnahme für Personen weiblichen Geschlechtes, welchen man im gemeinen Leben im Hochdeutschen in Barbe und Bärbchen, im Oberdeutschen in Wawerle und Wahm, und in Preußen in Busch zu verstümmeln pflegt. Barbara Heller …   Grammatisch-kritisches Wörterbuch der Hochdeutschen Mundart

  • Barbara — Bàrbara DEFINICIJA 1. v. 2. Celjska (1392 1450), žena kralja Žigmunda, u Hrvatskoj boravila na Kalniku i Medvedgradu; legenda ju proglasila »crnom kraljicom« ONOMASTIKA ž. os. ime (svetačkoga podrijetla, pravosl. Varvara ← grč.; ime se širi… …   Hrvatski jezični portal

  • Barbara — f English, German, and Polish: from Latin, meaning ‘foreign woman’ (a feminine form of barbarus foreign, from Greek, referring originally to the unintelligible chatter of foreigners, which sounded to the Greek ear like no more than bar bar). St… …   First names dictionary

  • Barbara — fem. proper name, from Latin, fem. of barbarus strange, foreign, barbarous, from Gk. barbaros (see BARBARIAN (Cf. barbarian)). For women, unlike men, the concept of alien presumably could be felt as exotic and thus make an appealing name.… …   Etymology dictionary

  • bárbara — s. f. 1. Espécie de silogismo. 2. O mesmo que santa bárbara …   Dicionário da Língua Portuguesa

  • Bárbara — ☛ V. rancho de Santa Bárbara …   Diccionario de la lengua española

  • BARBARA — (Monique Serf; 1930–1997), French singer and songwriter. Daughter of an Alsatian Jew, André Serf, and a Jewess of Moldavian descent, Ester Brodsky, Monique Serf was born in Paris and raised in Marseille and Roanne in a state of relative poverty.… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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