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berz

Definition of berz

high, loud, peak, top, high rank

Etymology

From Avestan brzant- "high”.

from *bhergh-, Proto-Indo-European root meaning "high," referring to hills and hill-forts.

Sanskrit b'rhant "high" brmhati "strengthens, elevates",
Old Persian bard- "be high”
Greek Pergamos (Bergama),
Old Church Slavonic bregu "mountain, height",
Old Irish brigh "mountain”,
Welsh bera "stack, pyramid”,
English burg, bury, borough,
French bourg,
Swedish borg.

Synonyms

bala, bilind, jor, dirêj, berjor

Related words and phrases

berzî (height), burj, burç, birc

Updated on January 14, 2023

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