barger

Barger - What does it mean?

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Barger vs Barker - What's the difference?

barger | barker |


As a noun barger

is (obsolete) the manager of a barge.

As a proper noun barker is

a botanical plant name author abbreviation for botanist george barker (1776-1845).

Terms vs Barger - What's the difference?

terms | barger |


As nouns the difference between terms and barger

is that terms is while barger is (obsolete) the manager of a barge.

Barger vs Bagger - What's the difference?

barger | bagger |


As nouns the difference between barger and bagger

is that barger is (obsolete) the manager of a barge while bagger is one who bags.

Barger vs Barge - What's the difference?

barger | barge |


As a noun barger

is (obsolete) the manager of a barge.

As a verb barge is

.

Banger vs Barger - What's the difference?

banger | barger |


As nouns the difference between banger and barger

is that banger is (british): a firework that makes a bang while barger is (obsolete) the manager of a barge.

Barger vs Barged - What's the difference?

barger | barged |


As a noun barger

is (obsolete) the manager of a barge.

As a verb barged is

(barge).

Barger vs Burger - What's the difference?

barger | burger |


As nouns the difference between barger and burger

is that barger is (obsolete) the manager of a barge while burger is citizen, burgher; legally recognized inhabitant of a city or state.

Barger vs Barges - What's the difference?

barger | barges |


As nouns the difference between barger and barges

is that barger is (obsolete) the manager of a barge while barges is .

As a verb barges is

(barge).

Barger vs Barer - What's the difference?

barger | barer |


As nouns the difference between barger and barer

is that barger is (obsolete) the manager of a barge while barer is .

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