auberge

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noun au·berge \ō-ˈberzh\

Definition of auberge

  1. :  inn 1a

Examples of auberge in a sentence

  1. <they spent their honeymoon at a little French auberge that overflowed with charm>

Origin and Etymology of auberge

French, from Medieval French, of Germanic origin; akin to Old High German heriberga military quarters — more at harbor


First Known Use: 1615


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