Definition of Bergs

1. Noun. (plural of berg) ¹



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Definition of Bergs

1. berg [n] - See also: berg

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bergs

bergerettes
bergfall
bergfalls
bergh
berghaan
berghaans
bergie
bergies
bergmaster
bergmasters
bergmeal
bergmehl
bergmehls
bergomask
bergomasks
bergs (current term)
bergschrund
bergschrunds
bergshrund
bergslagite
bergylt
bergylts
berhyme
berhymed
berhymes
berhyming
beribbon
beribboned
beribboning
beribbons

Literary usage of Bergs

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1. Monthly Weather Review by American Meteorological Society, United States National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, United States. Weather Bureau (1889)
"N. 52° 22', W. 53° 25', two small bergs. FOG IN SEPTEMBER. The limits of fog-belts west of the fortieth meridian are shown on charti by dotted shading. ..."

2. Notes by a Naturalist: An Account of Observations Made During the Voyage of by Henry Nottidge Moseley (1892)
"Typical Forms of Southern bergs. Preservation of Equilibrium. Wash Lines. Caverns. ... Weathering of bergs. Stratification of Ice in bergs. Cleavage. ..."

3. Notes by a Naturalist on the "Challenger": Being an Account of Various by Henri Nottidge Moseley (1879)
"Typical Forms of Southern bergs. Preservation of Equilibrium. Wash Lines. Caverns. ... Weathering of bergs. Stratification of Ice in bergs. Cleavage. ..."

4. Characteristics of Existing Glaciers by William Herbert Hobbs (1911)
"Studies of bergs Born of the Inland-ice of Greenland. — Though ice bergs are discharged from the inland-ice throughout practically the entire extent of the ..."

5. The Voyage of the 'Discovery' by Robert Falcon Scott (1905)
"I cannot think that the bergs we saw before entering the pack in January 1902 can have had any connection with the Ross Sea. I imagine they must have come ..."

6. Notes by a naturalist on the "Challenger": being an account of various by Henry Nottidge. Moseley (1879)
"Weathering of bergs. Stratification of Ice in bergs. Cleavage. Scarcity of Bocks on bergs. Discoloured Bands in the Ice. Rev. Canon Moseley on the Motion of ..."

7. The Popular Science Monthly by Harry Houdini Collection (Library of Congress) (1890)
"... the form of bergs or floes, and, by releasing at the same t im«1 its heavier rock and gravel constituents, built up a breakwater which, ..."

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