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Berg vs Vendor - What's the difference?

berg | vendor |


As a proper noun berg

is a place name, notably of:.

As a noun vendor is

a person or a company that vends or sells.

Berg vs Bergh - What's the difference?

berg | bergh |


As a proper noun berg

is a place name, notably of:.

As a verb bergh is

(obsolete) to give shelter; protect; preserve; deliver; save.

As a noun bergh is

(obsolete) protection; shelter or bergh can be a hill.

Berg vs Zerg - What's the difference?

berg | zerg |


As a proper noun berg

is a place name, notably of:.

As a verb zerg is

(slang|video games|strategy games) to attack an opponent with a large swarm of units before they have been able to build sufficient defences.

As a noun zerg is

(slang|video games) a very large group of units or players.

Berg vs Beeg - What's the difference?

berg | beeg |


As a proper noun berg

is a place name, notably of:.

As an adjective beeg is

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Berg vs Berk - What's the difference?

berg | berk |


As a proper noun berg

is a place name, notably of:.

As a noun berk is

(british|slang|pejorative) a fool, prat, twit.

Berg vs Beag - What's the difference?

berg | beag |


As a proper noun berg

is a place name, notably of:.

As a noun beag is

(historical) a ring.

Berg vs Borg - What's the difference?

berg | borg |


As a proper noun berg

is a place name, notably of:.

As a noun borg is

(slang) one who proselytises or assimilates.

As a verb borg is

(slang) to assimilate rivals, via corporate acquisition or religious proselytisation.

Berg vs Berm - What's the difference?

berg | berm |


As a proper noun berg

is a place name, notably of:.

As a noun berm is

a narrow ledge or shelf, as along the top or bottom of a slope.

As a verb berm is

to provide something with a berm.

Berg vs Erg - What's the difference?

berg | erg |


As a proper noun berg

is a place name, notably of:.

As a noun erg is

the unit of work or energy, being the amount of work done by a dyne working through a distance of one centimeter equal to 10−7 joules or erg can be (geomorphology) a large desert region of sand dunes with little or no vegetation, especially in the sahara.

Berg vs Bere - What's the difference?

berg | bere |


As a proper noun berg

is a place name, notably of:.

As a noun bere is

(chiefly|scotland) barley, especially (six-rowed barley).

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