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Bergamo

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[ bur-guh-moh ]
/ ˈbɜr gəˌmoʊ /
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noun, plural Ber·ga·mos.

a Turkish rug characterized by a long pile, floral or geometric patterns, and red-orange hues.

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Also Bergama, Ber·ga·mee [bur-guh-mee], /ˈbɜr gəˌmi/, Ber·ga·mot [bur-guh-mot, -muht]. /ˈbɜr gəˌmɒt, -mət/.

Origin of Bergamo

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After Bergama

Definition for Bergamo (2 of 2)

Bergamo2
[ ber-gah-maw ]
/ ˈbɛr gɑ mɔ /

noun

a city in central Lombardy, in N Italy.
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British Dictionary definitions for Bergamo

Bergamo
/ (Italian ˈbɛrɡamo) /

noun

a walled city in N Italy, in Lombardy. Pop: 113 143 (2001)
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