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  1. Baracknoun

    A male given name from Arabic.

    "What did Marcus call you just now? Some African name, wasn't it?" "Barack." "I thought your name was Barry." "Barack's my given name. My father's name. He was Kenyan." "Does it mean something?" "It means 'Blessed'. In Arabic. My grandfather was a Muslim."

  2. Etymology: Anglicized spelling, used by Luo speakers, of Barak, ostensibly as an Old Testament name. A cognate of the biblical Baruch.


  1. Barack

    Barack, pronounced "BUH-ruhtsk", is a type of Hungarian brandy made of apricots; an apricot brandy. The word barack is a collective term for both apricot and peach.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of Barack in Chaldean Numerology is: 2

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of Barack in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9

Examples of Barack in a Sentence

  1. Jake Tapper:

    CNN has learned that the nation's top intelligence officials provided information to President-elect Donald Trump and to President Barack Obama last week about claims of Russian efforts to compromise President-elect Trump.

  2. Julie Abbate:

    Not just go back to the way things were, but make things even better than they were before, because the way things were under Barack Obama, it was the floor if anything.

  3. Katy Perry:

    Someone says, 'I miss your old black hair,' oh, really? Do you miss Barack Obama as well? Oh, OK. Times change. Bye! See you guys later.

  4. Ted Cruz:

    It is not complicated that on the seminal fight over amnesty in Congress, the Gang of Eight bill -- that was the brain child of Chuck Schumer and Barack Obama, would have granted amnesty to 12 million people here illegally -- that I stood with the American people and led the fight to defeat it in the United States Congress.

  5. Art Pope:

    To be elected by your peers, your colleagues, is a good indication of your leadership, that is more experience than President (Barack) Obama had when he was a member of the Legislature in Illinois.

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    an utterance expressing pain or disapproval
    • A. accompany
    • B. moan
    • C. deny
    • D. interrupt

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