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Apr 8, 2021

[Answer] What was the island of Barbados, meaning “the bearded ones,” named after?

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...Portuguese sea captain Pedro a Campos gave Barbados its name in 1536, calling the small island “Os Barbados.” The name likely comes from the long hanging, aerial roots of the bearded fig tree, which grow in abundance on the island. The tree is also known as the shortleaf fig or wild banyan.




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The bearded fig tree:


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