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bearg

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Old English

Etymology

From Germanic: cognate with Old Frisian barch (West Frisian baerg), Old Saxon barug (Dutch barg), Old High German barug (dialectal German Barch), Old Norse bǫrgr.

Pronunciation

  • IPA: /bæarg/

Noun

bearg m

  1. a castrated boar, a barrow
    Amæsted swin, bearg bellende on boc-wuda: a fattened pig, a barrow grunting in beech woods. (Codex Exoniensis)

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