burc

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See also: burç and bürc

Old French[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

Ultimately from Proto-Germanic *burgz, cognate with Modern English borough and burg. Probably from Frankish, or through a Late Latin intermediate burgus.

Noun[edit]

burc m (oblique plural burs, nominative singular burs, nominative plural burc)

  1. town or city

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