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Proto-Germanic: *birga-n; *burgō, *birgaxa-
Meaning: mountain, bank
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *bɛrgahī f. (n) `mountainous area'
Old Norse: bjarg, berg ŋ. `Berg, Fels', borg f. `Anhöhe'
Norwegian: berg
Swedish: berg
Danish: bjerg
Old English: beorg (beorh, biorg, biorh), -es m. `hill, mountain; heap, burrow, barrow, heap of stones, place of burial'
English: barrow
Old Frisian: berg, birg
Old Saxon: berg
Middle Dutch: berch
Dutch: berg m.
Old Franconian: berg
Old High German: berg (9.Jh.)
Middle High German: bërc (-g-) st. m. 'berg; weinberg; bergwerk'
German: Berg
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