beorg
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beorg
Add:I. a hill Dún mons, hyll oððe beorh collis, Wrt. Voc. i. 80, 43. Beorh ufeweard monticellus, 54, 7. Þa dúna dreósað and beorga hliða myltað montes ruent, collesque liquescent, Dóm. L. 101. II. an artificial mound Beorh agger, Ælfc. Gr. Z. 43, 15: tumulus, Wrt. Voc. i. 54, 5. Cumulus, i. tumulus, apex, aceruus, coaceruatio beorg, Wlck. Gl. 216, 26: An. Ox. 2496. .ii. beorgas litelra stána hé gesénode tó gymnum, Shrn. 32, 22. v. líc-(?), sealh-beorg.
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