Definition of Berthe

1. a woman's lace collar [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Berthe

berrypeckers
berseem
berseems
berserk
berserker
berserkers
berserkly
berserks
berstle
berstles
berth
bertha
berthage
berthages
berthas
berthe (current term)
berthed
berthes
berthierine
berthierite
berthierites
berthing
berthings
berthollide
berthollides
berths
berthside
bertiellosis
bertilimumab
bertillonage

Literary usage of Berthe

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1. Impressionist Painting, Its Genesis and Development by Wynford Dewhurst (1904)
"CHAPTER IX THE "WOMEN- PAINTERS": berthe MORISOT, MARY CASSATT, ... berthe Morisot, Madame Marie Bracquemond, Miss Mary Cassatt, and Mdlle. Eva Gonzales. ..."

2. Memoires of the Comtesse de Boigne by Charles Nicoullaud (1907)
"... the Duo de Laval—The family de Bohan—The Princesse berthe de Rohan—Princesse Charles de Rochefort—Princesse Herminie de Bohan—Painful scene—My first ..."

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