Bar (properly בּיַיחִ, beri'ach) chiefly occurs in the following senses: that whereby a door is bolted and made fast (Ne 3:3); a narrow cross-board or rafter wherewith to fasten other boards (Ex 26:26); a rock in the sea (Jon 2:6); the bank or shore of the sea, which, as a bar, shuts up its waves in their own place (Job 38:10); strong fortifications and powerful impediments are called bars, or bars of iron (Isa 45:2; Am 1:5). SEE DOOR.

Definition of bar

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