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barca f. (Noun) "small ship"
12th cent. From Late Latin barca 'id.,' from Vulgar Latin *barica 'id.' From Latin baris "boat" with diminutive suffix -ica added. The word was borrowed from Greek βάρις (báris) "boat," (originally referring to Egyptian boats). A loanword from Coptic baare "small boat."
Also the origin of the surnames Barca and Barcas.
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Asturian barca, Portuguese barca, Galician barca, Catalan barca, French barque, Italian barca, Romanian barcă