Bertha

[Perth] Bertha was a Roman fortress north of the site of modern Perth, in Scotland at the confluence of the rivers Almond and Tay. It is half a mile east of the modern farm of `Berthapark`. One source contradicts the view that Perth was a corruption of the fort`s name. According to this source, the name `Bertha` was originally used by medie
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Bertha

[disambiguation] Bertha is a female given name. It can also refer to: == Places == == Entertainment == ==Other uses== ...
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Bertha

Ber'tha noun [ French berthe , from Berthe , a woman's name.] A kind of collar or cape worn by ladies.
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bertha

A kind of collar or cape worn by ladies. ... Origin: F. Berthe, fr. Berthe, a woman's name. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Bertha

• (n.) A kind of collar or cape worn by ladies.
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Bertha

(from the article `Christianity`) ...and some 40 monks on a mission to England—the first papally sponsored mission. Augustine`s missionaries reached England`s southern coast in 597. ...
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Bertha

Bertha is a German girl name. The meaning of the name is `Bright ` Where is it used? The name Bertha is mainly used In German and In English.How do they say it elsewhere? Berta ( In Polish, Czech, Hungarian, German and In Spanish) Berthe ( In French) Bertha doesn`t appear In 2007`s top-1000 name list.The last time Bertha appeared In
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Bertha

Bertha was the wife of Ethelbert, King of Kent. She was a Frankish Princess who married Ethelbert around 560 and converted him to Christianity, as a result the religion spread widely through the Anglo-Saxons.
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Bertha

In Norse mythology, Bertha is the goddess of spinning.
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Bertha

[TV series] Bertha is a British stop motion-animated children`s television series about a factory machine of that name, comprising 13 episodes that aired from 1985 to 1986. Other major characters in the series were Mr Willmake (factory owner), Mr Sprott (Bertha`s chief designer) and Tracy (Mr Sprott`s young assistant). All the characters we
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Bertha

[Rorem] Bertha is an opera in one act, with music by Ned Rorem to an English libretto by Kenneth Koch, an original work parodying Shakespeare`s histories. Rorem wrote the work originally at the request of the Metropolitan Opera (Met) Studio in the 1960s, intended as an opera for children. However, the Met studio rejected the work. The work
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Bertha

Bertha is a female Germanic name, from Old High German berhta meaning `bright one`. The name occurs as a theonym, surviving as Berchta, a figure in Alpine folklore connected to the Wild Hunt, probably an epithet of *Frijjō in origin. Bertha appears as a Frankish given name from as early as the 6th century. The monothematic Bertha as a given nam..
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Bertha

[tunnel boring machine] Bertha, at {convert|17.5|m|sp=us} in diameter, is the largest tunnel boring machine in the world {As of|2013|lc=y}, built specifically for the Washington State Department of Transportation`s (WSDOT) Alaskan Way Viaduct replacement tunnel project in Seattle. It was made by Hitachi Zosen Sakai Works in Osaka, Japan, an
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