[bur-kuh n; Scot. bir-kuh n]
- birchen; birch.
Origin of birken
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Examples from the Web for birken
He turned again to Birken, who still retreated toward the ship.
Birken showed no more change of expression than if the other had commented on the weather.
Would Birken listen if he tried reasoning, he asked himself.
Long before the buildings of Kinton's institute came into view, they received a radio message about Birken.
Seeing that no one ran after him, Birken slowed his pace, but kept walking toward the ship.