See also: Gerber

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EtymologyEdit

From Middle French, from gerbe (sheaf), from Old French jarbe, garbe (sheaf, ear of grain, wreath), from Old Frankish *garba (sheaf), from Proto-Germanic *garbō (sheaf), from Proto-Indo-European *ghrebh-, *gherbh- (to snatch, take, rake). Cognate with Old High German garba (sheaf), Middle Low German garve (sheaf). More at garb.

PronunciationEdit

IPA(key): /ʒɛʁ.be/

VerbEdit

gerber

  1. to sheave
  2. (slang) To puke, to throw up

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NounEdit

gerber m (plural gerbyn)

  1. tanner