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Definition funny of Burgher:
Any person that is from Pittsburgh, or the surrounding region, that obviously speaks the dialect of the area and tends to be very stuborn. Notice the h in Burgher. Early in the 20 century, the US government tried to standadtize city names such as changing Pittsburgh to Pittsburg. But the citizens revolted & the government was defeated because no one followed the new spelling!
Yinz goin' aht n'at. Nah, were watchin' the Sillers after we stop at Giant Igle just like any burgher would.
pronunciation: 'burgur 1. n a member of the middle class 2. n a citizen of an English borough
James had a family and a steady job. He owned his own home and had money to spend. He was neither wealthy or poor. He was middle class, otherwise known as a burgher.
Songs about Burgher:
Arany meg az asszony (Gold and the Woman): Final Scene: A polgar megvedi hazat ( A burgher most defend his home... by Gyorgy Losonczy from the Album Kenessey: Arany Meg Az Asszony (Gold and the Woman)
Burgher by Sharkhuman from the Album Coconut
Burgher's concert by Vyacheslav Guyvoronsky (???????? ????????????) from the Album Pieces for String Trio and Trumpet
Corigliano Pied Piper: The Burgher's Chorale by Alexa Still; New Zealand Symphony Orchestra; James Sedares from the Album Corigliano: Pied Piper Fantasy
Pied Piper Fantasy: 6. The Burghers' Chorale (Remastered) by James Galway from the Album Corigliano: Pied Pipe Fantasy (Remastered)
Sing A Song / Burghers [Explicit] by Toupé from the Album Burgers [Explicit]
Sinä olet se porvarin poeka (You Are the Burgher's Son) by Sanna Kurki-Suonio & Riitta Huttunen from the Album Kainuu
Books about Burgher:
The Burgher and the Whore: Prostitution in Early Modern Amsterdam by Lotte van de Pol (May 26, 2011)
Colonial Mixed Blood: A Story of the Burghers of Sri Lanka by Allan Russell Juriansz (Dec 23, 2013)
Friars, Nobles and Burghers - Sermons, Images and Prints: Studies of Culture and Society in Early-modern Europe... by Jaroslav Miller and Laszlo Kontler (Jun 30, 2010)
Traders, artists, burghers: A cultural history of Amsterdam in the 17th century by Deric Regin (1976)
From Corporate to Creative: Living a Passionate Life - Interview with Donna Burgher (From Corporate to Creative... by Kelly Galea and Donna Burgher (Mar 23, 2013)
Burghers: Webster's Timeline History, 1074 - 2007 by Icon Group International (Jul 8, 2009)
The Burghers of New Amsterdam and the Freemen of New York. 1675-1866.: V.18 1885 by Author Unknown (Apr 27, 2009)
Wiki information Burgher:
The Burgher people are a Eurasian ethnic group, historically from Sri Lanka, consisting mainly of male-line descendants of European colonists from the 16th to 20th centuries and local women, with some minorities of Swedish, Norwegian, French and...
Grand Burgher [male] or Grand Burgheress [female] is a specific conferred or inherited title of medieval German origin and legally defined preeminent status granting exclusive constitutional privileges and legal rights, who were magnates and...