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bar·ba

(bar'bă), [TA]
1. The beard.
2. A hair of the beard.
Synonym(s): beard [TA]
[L.]

beard

(bîrd)
n.
1. A growth of hair on the chin, cheeks, and throat of a person, especially a man.
2. A tuft or growth of hairs, bristles, or other hairlike threads on a plant or animal.

beard′less adj.

beard

The hair on the face and throat.

beard

1. in goats and dogs, beards are conventional collections of chin hairs; seen only in certain dog breeds such as Afghan hounds and Bearded collies.
2. in turkeys, beards are an agglomeration of modified feathers, or hair/feathers, consisting of individual filaments that arise from individual beard papillae. Called also barba.
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Their practice of al-nazar ila l-murd or "gazing at young, beardless boys" no doubt originated with these hadiths; see.
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The narrative human scenes display personages of a third rank: young beardless naked males assist the second-rank bearded adults in the performance of their actions (carrying burdens, goading oxen).
After studying the group closely for the past 20 years, researchers now believe that beardless men who do not have to shave every day are more likely to have a stroke or heart attack than their hairier counterparts.
I passed through the quarter of the Banu 'Abs in Basra, and I saw a young beardless lad wearing a light ghilala cloth under which his body was distinguishable.
Over a long period of time, sculptors reproduced beardless Roman faces, as seen in the portraits of Augustus, Tiberius, Titus and Vespasian (1st century).
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Beardless and shaven headed, he was driven under tight guard to a jail in the Washington area to face trial on charges that include conspiring to kill Americans abroad and supporting al-Qaeda.
parts but - with smooth beardless skin - looked them as well.