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Berber

Berber (German) [edit]

Noun, m[To edit]

[2] a nomadic Berberfrom Marokko

Word separation:

Berber, plural: Berber

Pronunciation:

IPA: [ˈbɛʁbɐ]
Audio samples: Berber (Info)
Rhymes: -ɛʁbɐ

Meanings:

[1] Tribe: some communities in North Africa
[2] Biology: one of the oldest horse breeds in the world
[3] Members of socially organized groups of non-settled homeless people
[4] Carpet: Wool carpet type of oriental carpets

Synonyms:

[4] Berber carpet

Female word forms:

[1, 3] berberine

Generic terms:

[1] Tribe
[2] Horse breed
[4] carpet

Examples:

[1] Berber is an umbrella term for a number of communities in North Africa west of the Nile that speak a Berber language.[1]
[1] “Paramilitary and regular units then attacked the Arabs and Berber on, even with bombs. "[2]
[1] "The Berber subsequently found their own kingdoms, which became rich through the control of the caravan routes in the Sahara. "[3]
[2] The Berber is one of the oldest horse breeds in the world alongside the Arabian thoroughbred.[4]
[3] Under Berbers In Germany one understands the members of socially organized groups of non-settled homeless people.[5]
[4] There was a beautiful one in the living room Berber in the typical light, muted colors.

Word formations:

Barbary macaque, Berber language

Translations [edit]

References and further information:

[1–4] Wikipedia article "Berber (disambiguation)"
[1, 3] University of Leipzig: Vocabulary portal "Berber"
[1, 3] Digital dictionary of the German language "Berber"
[1–4] Duden online "Berber"

Swell:

  1. See Wikipedia article "Berber"
  2. Georg Bönisch: Second class national territory. In: SPIEGEL HISTORY. Number 1, 2016, pages 112-115, quotation page 114.
  3. Ralf Berhorst: A realm beyond the sea. In: GeoEpoche: Africa 1415-1960. Number 66, 2014, pages 72-83, quotation page 75.
  4. See Wikipedia article "Berber (horse)"
  5. See Wikipedia article "Berber (non-sedentary)"

Noun, f, Proper name with article [edit]

Word separation:

Berber, genitive: der Berber

Pronunciation:

IPA: [ˈbɛʁbɐ]
Audio samples: Berber (Info)
Rhymes: -ɛʁbɐ

Meanings:

[1] a type of potato

Synonyms:

[1] Berber N

Examples:

[1] The shell color the Berber is yellowish, the meat color is yellowish / brownish yellow, it is used as a table potato.

Translations [edit]

References and further information:

[1] World catalog of potato varieties 2007 ISBN 978 3 86037 310 1

Noun, m, f, Last name [edit]

Annotation:

The oral, colloquial use of the article for surnames is not uniform. There is no tendency to use an article in North German, the usage is inconsistent in Central German, and the article tends to be used in South German, Austrian and Swiss idioms.
In the case of article use, the following applies: the “Berber” - for male individuals, the “Berber” in the singular - for female individuals; one and / or a “Berber” for one and / or a member of the “Berber” family and / or the group of named bearers. The plural applies to the family and / or all bearers of the same name. The written, standard language use of surnames is principally without an article.

Word separation:

Berber, plural 1: Berber, plural 2: Berber

Pronunciation:

IPA: [ˈbɛʁbɐ]
Audio samples: Berber (Info)
Rhymes: -ɛʁbɐ

Meanings:

[1] German family name

Origin:

  1. Name of origin for the same place Berber near Kevelaer in North Rhine-Westphalia
  2. Turkish professional name too Berber→ tr "Barber"[1]

Well-known namesake:(Links lead to Wikipedia)

[1] Ady Berber, Anita Berber, Friedrich Berber

Examples:

[1] There came Berber to the office.
[1] The Berbers was a legend.
[1] We're at tonight Berber (s) invited.
[1] Do you know them Berbers next door?

Translations [edit]

References and further information:

[1] Wikipedia article "Berber (disambiguation)"

Swell:

  1. Rosa Kohlheim, Volker Kohlheim: Duden, dictionary of family names. Origin and meaning of 20,000 surnames. Dudenverlag, Mannheim / Leipzig / Vienna / Zurich 2008, ISBN 978-3-411-73111-4, page 107.

Similar words (German):

written and / or pronounced similarly:Berger, Beriberi