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.
a range of low mountains in W Massachusetts: resort region. Highest peak, Mt. Greylock, 3505 feet (1070 meters).
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a historic county of S England: since reorganization in 1974 the River Thames has marked the N boundary while the Berkshire Downs occupy central parts; the county council was replaced by six unitary authorities in 1998. Area: 1259 sq km (486 sq miles) Berks
a rare breed of pork and bacon pig having a black body and white points
Berkshires [(burk-sheerz, burk-shuhrz)]
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a large, four-wheeled, closed carriage hung between two perches and having two interior seats. Automotive. berline. (sometimes initial capital letter) Berlin wool. Irving, 1888–1989, U.S. songwriter. Isaiah, 1909–97, English political philosopher and historian, born in Latvia. the capital of Germany, in the NE part: constitutes a state. 341 sq. mi. (883 sq. km). Formerly (1948-90) […]