noun, plural bourgs [boo rgz; French boor] /bʊərgz; French bur/.
Origin of bourg
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Ye think the rustic cackle of your bourg / The murmur of the world.
At her right ambled the Duke Philibert, proud of the reception that Bourg was according his lady.Burgundy: The Splendid Duchy|Percy Allen
The great army, which six weeks before had taken refuge in the Bourg, was now reduced to a mere handful.
Of the imposing medival castle, hanging like a bourg to the flank of the hill, there remain two gaping porticos.How France Built Her Cathedrals|Elizabeth Boyle O'Reilly
The day before the Bourg was taken Bertulph managed to effect his escape.