AGGER

Etymology

Noun

agger (plural aggers)

A high tide in which the water rises to a given level, recedes, and then rises again.

A low tide in which the water recedes to a given level, rises, and then recedes again.

(historical) In ancient Roman construction, an earthwork; a mound or raised work.

Anagrams

• Gager, Garge, Grega, eggar, gager, regag

Source: Wiktionary


Ag"ger, n. Etym: [L., a mound, fr. aggerere to bear to a place, heap up; ad + gerere to bear.]

Definition: An earthwork; a mound; a raised work. [Obs.] Hearne.

Source: Webster’s Unabridged Dictionary 1913 Edition



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