ETYM as.; akin to Dutch, German, os., Swed., and Dan. blind, Icel. blindr, Goth. blinds; of uncertain origin.
1. Unable to see; SYN. unsighted.
2. Unable or unwilling to perceive or understand.
3. Not easily seen or noticed; SYN. undetectable.
4. Not based on reason on evidence; SYN. unreasoning, unreasonable.
5. Closed at one end.
6. Without preparation or forethought or knowledge.
1. Lacking sight; blind
1. mod. Skut na ženskim haljinama (koji se vuče po podu);
2. Tegljenica, tovarna lađa bez sopstvenog pogona, koju vuče remorker.
ETYM Old Fren. barge, French berge, from Late Lat. barca, for barica, prob. from Latin baris an Egyptian rowboat, prob. from Egyptian: cf. Coptic bari a boat. Related to Bark a vessel.
A boat with a flat bottom for carrying heavy loads (especially on canals); SYN. flatboat, hoy, lighter.