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berq* res dis tg
nbsp; IE *bʰerǵʰ- > Germanic *bergaz

Result of assemblage of matter or material.

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Convexity/Concavity

Concavity
(superficial form inward)
Convexity
(superficial form outward)
Base and its Derivatives
Base kav* mont*
Essive noun kavos* montos*
Generative noun kavor* montor*
Dative agent kavod* montod*
Dative patient kavend* montend*
Qualitative Bases
Small. den* Valley. berq* Hill.
Great. * Abyss, gorge alp* Mountain.
Narrow. Pit. spik* Spike.
Broad.
In a surface, line striq* Furrow, trench, ditch. mur* Ridge, wall, levee.
Of land.

Hill/Mountain synonyms

HEIGHT, mount, mountain; hill, alto [Sp.], butte [U. S.], monticule, monticle [obs.], fell [obs. exc. in proper names], knap; cape; headland, foreland; promontory; ridge, hogback or hog’s-back, dune, rising -, vantage- ground; down; moor, moorland; Alp; uplands, highlands; heights &c. (summit) [See Height]; knob, loma [U. S.], pena [U. S.], picacho [Sp.], tump [dial.]; knoll, hummock, hillock, barrow, mound; steeps, bluff, cliff, craig [Scot.], tor, peak, pike [dial.], clough [obs.]; escarpment, edge, ledge, brae [Scot. & dial. Eng.]; dizzy height.

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Element Class(es) Gloss / Clarification Taxonomy
wiləberq* Wilbur.

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