[oh-ber-ah-mer-gou] /ˌoʊ bərˈɑ mərˌgaʊ/
a village in S Germany, SW of Munich: famous for the passion play performed there every ten years.
a village in S Germany, in Bavaria in the foothills of the Alps: famous for its Passion Play, performed by the villagers every ten years (except during the World Wars) since 1634, in thanksgiving for the end of the Black Death. Pop: 5363 (2003 est)
[oh-ber-hou-zuh n] /ˈoʊ bərˌhaʊ zən/ noun 1. a city in W Germany, in the lower Ruhr valley. /German ˈoːbərhauzən/ noun 1. an industrial city in W Germany, in North Rhine-Westphalia on the Rhine-Herne Canal: site of the first ironworks in the Ruhr. Pop: 220 033 (2003 est)
[oh-ber-land; German oh-buh r-lahnt] /ˈoʊ bərˌlænd; German ˈoʊ bərˌlɑnt/ noun 1. a mountain region in central Switzerland, mostly in S Bern canton. /ˈəʊbəˌlænd/ noun 1. the lower parts of the Bernese Alps in central Switzerland, mostly in S Bern canton
[French aw-ber-lan] /French ɔ bɛrˈlɛ̃/ noun 1. Jean Frédéric [French zhahn frey-dey-reek] /French ʒɑ̃ freɪ deɪˈrik/ (Show IPA), 1740–1826, Alsatian clergyman.
[oh-buh-ron] /ˈoʊ bəˌrɒn/ noun 1. (in medieval folklore) the king of the fairies. 2. Astronomy. one of the five moons of Uranus. /ˈəʊbəˌrɒn/ noun 1. (in medieval folklore) the king of the fairies, husband of Titania /ˈəʊbəˌrɒn/ noun 1. the outermost of the satellites of Uranus king of the faeries and husband of Titania in […]