- a Turkish rug characterized by a long pile, floral or geometric patterns, and red-orange hues.
Also Bergama, Ber·ga·mee [bur-guh-mee] /ˈbɜr gəˌmi/, Ber·ga·mot [bur-guh-mot, -muh t] /ˈbɜr gəˌmɒt, -mət/.
Origin of Bergamo1
- a city in central Lombardy, in N Italy.
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Examples from the Web for bergamo
We are in Bergamo, and you are to stay here quietly; for I have arranged it all for you.
He had come directly from Bergamo, where he had passed two days.
A poor copy of this work is at Dresden, a better one at Bergamo.Albert Durer
T. Sturge Moore
When I was cur of Bergamo, they stopped me one night on the Lecco road.The Daltons, Volume II (of II)
Charles James Lever
It is said that they are Venetians, and that they went to Bergamo.The Memoires of Casanova, Complete
Jacques Casanova de Seingalt
- a walled city in N Italy, in Lombardy. Pop: 113 143 (2001)
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