agger

noun
ag·ger | \ ˈa-jər \
plural aggers

Definition of agger 

1 : a mound or construction made of soil and stones : earthwork sense 1: such as

a : a fortification made chiefly of earth : rampart

b : a road usually raised and with sloping drainage embankments

2 : an anatomical prominence

First Known Use of agger

14th century , in the meaning defined at sense 1

History and Etymology for agger

Middle English, "heap of stones, earthwork," borrowed from Latin — more at exaggerate

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agger

noun
ag·ger | \ ˈaj-ər \

Medical Definition of agger 

: an anatomical prominence

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