What does burg mean?

burg in AZ Dictionary

(n) Casual A city or city: "There are no more possibilities for you within burg” ( Damon Runyon).
(n) A fortified or walled town during the early or medieval European countries.
(n) A city or town.

burg in Community Dictionary

Shorter term utilized in place of hamburger by Shane HoggReport definition
Short for Burgundy , a red or white wine manufactured in the French region of Burgundy. Purple wines are often made of Pinot noir, white wines from Chardonnay, however the wines hardly ever bear the grape designation, instead title of the origin.In wine groups the abbrevation BURG is fairly common. Sometimes the definition of normally employed for wines created from Burgundian grapes (Pinot noir etc.) grown in other countries. by Kourtney GrubbReport definition
generally means a man, or an excellent buddy to possess, sweet to hold with, easy going, Someone who you can easily confide in as in which other individuals would Rat you out.Burg makes you laugh as soon as your sensation down.a Burg is definitely indeed there if you want him. by VadaReport definition
Southern African appearance meaning city or city. derives from South African places like Jo´burg in which shortened to burg by BridgettReport definition
v. To have a threesome including two or more men that sandwich another man/woman in between after that. The nationality and/or battle of outer guys are thought as "buns", in other words. sesame, rye, white, pumpernickel, or whole wheat flour. The middle is defined as the "meat". Get figure. See additionally: she-burg by TeodoroReport definition

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  • Synonym for "burg"
    • borough
  • Phrases for "burg"
    • double burg, burg starting, burg has
  • Rhyme for "burg"
    • Berg, Bergh, Luxembourg, burge
  • Hypernym for "burg"
    • town
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