aubèrge

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Norman[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Ultimately from Old Provençal alberge ‎(camp, hut), derived from albergar ‎(to host), from Frankish *heriberga, from Proto-Germanic *harjabergō ‎(housing, house (army)), composed of the elements *harjaz ‎(army) and *bergō ‎(to shelter, protect).

Noun[edit]

aubèrge f ‎(plural aubèrges)

  1. (Jersey) pub

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