Asked in Word and Phrase OriginsMilitary Terminology
Word and Phrase Origins
What language is barrack from?
June 05, 2012 4:25AM
The word barrack, usually used as the plural barracks, is military housing, normally for a number of individuals. It is from the Spanish barracas (tents) by way of the French term baraques. So a barrack would technically be a smaller structure.
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