Synonyms
Etymology

1. barn

noun. ['ˈbɑːrn'] an outlying farm building for storing grain or animal feed and housing farm animals.

Synonyms

  • cow barn
  • byre
  • hayloft
  • cowbarn
  • cowshed
  • cowhouse
  • tithe barn
  • farm building
  • mow

Etymology

  • barn (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • bern (Middle English (1100-1500))

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Words that Rhyme with Barn Owl

  • sprowl
  • sproul
  • scowl
  • prowl
  • growl
  • crowle
  • crowl
  • afoul
  • towle
  • towel
  • soule
  • raul
  • moul
  • jowl
  • howl
  • houle
  • fowl
  • foul
  • cowl
  • coull

Example sentences of the word barn-owl


1. Noun Phrase
Each nut half will look just like a little barn owl head!

2. Noun Phrase
Construct a snowy owl in white or a more common brown barn owl using paper mache.

3. Noun Phrase
Many people have barn owls living in their trees without even knowing it until they hear the chilling screech.

4. Noun Phrase
The barn owl is named for its interest in living in barn-like enclosures and nest boxes.

2. barn

noun. ['ˈbɑːrn'] (physics) a unit of nuclear cross section; the effective circular area that one particle presents to another as a target for an encounter.

Synonyms

  • area unit
  • square measure

Etymology

  • barn (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • bern (Middle English (1100-1500))

3. owl

noun. ['ˈaʊl'] nocturnal bird of prey with hawk-like beak and claws and large head with front-facing eyes.

Synonyms

  • Sceloglaux albifacies
  • Otus asio
  • barn owl
  • screech owl
  • order Strigiformes
  • Strix varia
  • raptorial bird
  • hoot owl
  • laughing jackass
  • raptor
  • Asio otus
  • tawny owl
  • laughing owl
  • bird of night
  • horned owl
  • little owl
  • bird of prey
  • barred owl
  • owlet
  • Surnia ulula
  • Tyto alba
  • spotted owl
  • Athene noctua
  • hooter
  • great gray owl
  • Strigiformes
  • scops owl
  • hawk owl
  • Strix nebulosa
  • great grey owl
  • Strix aluco
  • long-eared owl
  • bird of Minerva

Etymology

  • owle (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • ule (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
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