Berko



adjective
(Austral, slang) berserk
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    Also called Berks [burks; British bahrks] /bɜrks; British bɑrks/ (Show IPA). a county in S England. 485 sq. mi. (1255 sq. km). one of an English breed of black hogs, having white markings on the feet, face, and tail. a steam locomotive having a two-wheeled front truck, eight driving wheels, and a four-wheeled rear truck. […]



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