/bar"euhk/ , n. Usually, barracks .
1. a building or group of buildings for lodging soldiers, esp. in garrison.
2. any large, plain building in which many people are lodged.
v.t. , v.i.
3. to lodge in barracks.
[ 1680-90; baraque, MF barraca hut, of obscure orig. ]
— barracker , n.
/bar"euhk/ , Australian, Brit.
1. to shout boisterously for or against a player or team; root or jeer.
2. to shout for or against.
[ 1885-90; orig. Australian E, perh. barrack to BRAG ]