- englische Form von → Barnabas (Bedeutung vermutlich: Sohn des Gottes Nebo).
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Barnaby — ist der Name der Titelfigur der Serie Inspector Barnaby Barnaby ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Frank Barnaby (* 1927) britischer Experte für Atomwaffen, Schriftsteller Matthew Barnaby (* 1973), kanadischer Eishockeyspieler Nathaniel… … Deutsch Wikipedia
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Barnaby — This interesting and long established surname has two distinct possible sources, each with its own history and derivation. Firstly, Barnaby may be of Old Scandinavian origin, and a locational name from the hamlet of Barnaby near Guisborough in… … Surnames reference
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Barnaby — noun a) originally, a lively and fast paced dance; by extension, any quick and uneven movement. Bounce cry the port holes, out they fly, b) from the medieval vernacular form of Barnabas. And make the world dance Barnaby … Wiktionary
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