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From German Hamburg.

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Hamburg

  1. The second-largest city in, and a state of, Germany.
  2. A locale in the United States; named for the German city.
    1. A city, the county seat of Ashley County, Arkansas.
    2. A community in the town of Lyme, New London County, Connecticut.
    3. A village in Calhoun County, Illinois.
    4. An unincorporated community in Clark County, Indiana.
    5. An unincorporated community in Franklin County, Indiana.
    6. A small city in Fremont County, Iowa.
    7. An unincorporated community in Avoyelles Parish, Louisiana.
    8. A small city in Carver County, Minnesota.
    9. A ghost town in St. Charles County, Missouri.
    10. A borough of Sussex County, New Jersey.
    11. A large town in Erie County, New York.
    12. An unincorporated community in Fairfield County, Ohio.
    13. An unincorporated community in Preble County, Ohio.
    14. A borough of Berks County, Pennsylvania.
    15. A ghost town in Aiken County, South Carolina.
    16. A small town and unincorporated community in Marathon County, Wisconsin.
    17. A small town in Vernon County, Wisconsin.
  3. A town in Eastern Cape, South Africa; named for the German city.
  4. Hamburger SV, a German football club.

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Divisions of the Federal Republic of Germany in English (layout · text)
Area states: Baden-Württemberg · Bavaria · Brandenburg · Hesse · Lower Saxony · Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania · North Rhine-Westphalia · Rhineland-Palatinate · Saarland · Saxony · Saxony-Anhalt · Schleswig-Holstein · Thuringia
City states: Berlin · Bremen · Hamburg

Noun edit

Hamburg (plural Hamburgs)

  1. A Hamburg chicken.
  2. A variety of black grape.

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Borrowed from German Hamburg.

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Hamburg m

  1. Hamburg (the second-largest city in Germany)
  2. Hamburg (a state of Germany containing the city of the same name)

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Hamburg

  1. (Kölsch) Hamburg
    • 2007, das kölsche liedbuch 2, (Lund Verlagsgesellschaft mbH, Köln), p. 26, song Kölsche Junge bütze joot:
      [...]
      doch eines es jewess
      vun Hamburg bes Paris.
      (please add an English translation of this quotation)

German edit

 
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Etymology edit

From the name of a fortress in the area, Hammaburg, first element of uncertain origin (possibly Old High German Hamme (bend, angle)) + -burg (castle).

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Hamburg n (proper noun, genitive Hamburgs or (optionally with an article) Hamburg)

  1. Hamburg (the second-largest city in Germany)
  2. Hamburg (a state of Germany containing the city of the same name)

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Divisions of the Federal Republic of Germany in German (layout · text)
Flächenländer: Baden-Württemberg · Bayern · Brandenburg · Hessen · Niedersachsen · Mecklenburg-Vorpommern · Nordrhein-Westfalen · Rheinland-Pfalz · Saarland · Sachsen · Sachsen-Anhalt · Schleswig-Holstein · Thüringen
Stadtstaaten: Berlin · Bremen · Hamburg

Hungarian edit

 Hamburg on Hungarian Wikipedia

Etymology edit

From German Hamburg.

Pronunciation edit

  • IPA(key): [ˈhɒmburɡ]
  • Hyphenation: Ham‧burg
  • Rhymes: -urɡ

Proper noun edit

Hamburg

  1. Hamburg (the second-largest city in Germany)
  2. Hamburg (a state of Germany containing the city of the same name)

Declension edit

Inflection (stem in -o-, back harmony)
singular plural
nominative Hamburg
accusative Hamburgot
dative Hamburgnak
instrumental Hamburggal
causal-final Hamburgért
translative Hamburggá
terminative Hamburgig
essive-formal Hamburgként
essive-modal
inessive Hamburgban
superessive Hamburgon
adessive Hamburgnál
illative Hamburgba
sublative Hamburgra
allative Hamburghoz
elative Hamburgból
delative Hamburgról
ablative Hamburgtól
non-attributive
possessive - singular
Hamburgé
non-attributive
possessive - plural
Hamburgéi
Possessive forms of Hamburg
possessor single possession multiple possessions
1st person sing. Hamburgom
2nd person sing. Hamburgod
3rd person sing. Hamburgja
1st person plural Hamburgunk
2nd person plural Hamburgotok
3rd person plural Hamburgjuk

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Etymology edit

Borrowed from German Hamburg.

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Hamburg n (related adjective hamburski)

  1. Hamburg (a city in Hamburg, Germany)
  2. Hamburg (a state of Germany)

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Divisions of the Federal Republic of Germany in Polish (layout · text)
Area states: Badenia-Wirtembergia · Bawaria · Brandenburgia · Hesja · Dolna Saksonia · Meklemburgia-Pomorze Przednie · Nadrenia Północna-Westfalia · Nadrenia-Palatynat · Saara · Saksonia · Saksonia-Anhalt · Szlezwik-Holsztyn · Turyngia
City states: Berlin · Brema · Hamburg

Further reading edit

  • Hamburg in Polish dictionaries at PWN

Swedish edit

 
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Etymology edit

From German Hamburg.

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Hamburg n (genitive Hamburgs)

  1. Hamburg (the second-largest city in Germany)
  2. Hamburg (a state of Germany containing the city of the same name)

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Etymology edit

From German Hamburg.

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Hamburg

  1. Hamburg (the second-largest city in Germany)
  2. Hamburg (a state of Germany containing the city of the same name)