A hole or tunnel dug within the surface by a small pet, such as a rabbit or mole, for habitation or refuge.
A narrow or snug place.
A tunnel or gap, often as dug by a little animal.
An incorporated city. See 1st borough.
A shelter; esp. a hole into the surface created by certain creatures, as rabbits, for protection and habitation.
A heap or heaps of rubbish or refuse.
A mound. See 3d Barrow, and Camp, n., 5.
An obsolete spelling of borough.
A barrow; a mound. Sir T. Browne. See barrow.
In mining, the heap of refuse rock at the mouth of a shaft, or entry of an adit-level or tunnel.
A hole in the floor excavated by an animal, as a rabbit or a marmot, as a refuge and habitation.
[Perhaps in ref. toward typically circular model of piles; cf. the equiv. Sc. brough, otherwise referred to burrow = borough = brough, q. v. In mod. English dial. abbr. burr.] A circle. Compare bur, burr, 2.