Origin of berg
Definition for berg (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for berg
Berg: And the idea of a Tom Perkins character crusading for the rights of the rich seems like a very funny idea.
Berg: We have a big screening tomorrow night up in Redwood City.
Berg: We also wanted it to play totally real, which is how satire works.
Berg: The Google Bus stuff flared up and became a national story after we had written the episodes and were shooting.
Such obsession with accuracy makes what Berg does with creative license for the rest of the story so self-contradictory.
I tried to see him, this morning, at his Castle of Berg; but they told me he had gone on an excursion.Wagner at Home|Judith Gautier
On the cliff lay piled a huge mass which had fallen thundering down when the berg struck the shore.Marguerite De Roberval|T. G. Marquis
“That remains to be seen,” said Berg, with an air of importance.The Mark of Cain|Carolyn Wells
Or if the ice on which she floated, fouled some other berg it might cost us all our spars.The Frozen Pirate|W. Clark Russell
Berg always spoke quietly, politely, and with great precision.War and Peace|Leo Tolstoy
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Word Origin and History for berg
short for iceberg, attested from 1823.