- a four-wheeled closed carriage with a footman's platform behind, separate from the body
- [sometimesB-] a fine, soft wool yarnalso called Berlin wool
Origin of berlinafter Berlin, where first used, made, and the like
(born Israel Baline) 1888-1989; U.S. composer of popular songs, born in Russia
city and state of E Germany: capital of Germany (1871-1945; 1990- ): after WWII and before reunification of Germany in 1990, it was divided into four sectors of occupation (U.S., British, French, and Soviet); the eastern (Soviet) sector (East Berlin) was the capital of East Germany; the three western sectors (West Berlin) constituted an exclave state of West Germany: 344 sq mi (892 sq km)
A four-wheeled closed carriage with an exposed seat to the rear.
Origin of berlinAfter Berlin Germany
The capital and largest city of Germany, in the northeast part of the country. Founded in the 13th century, it was the capital of the kingdom of Prussia from 1701 and the capital of the German Empire (1871-1918), the Weimar Republic (1919-1933), and the Third Reich (1933-1945). The city was divided between 1945 and 1990 into East Berlin and West Berlin, which division grew out of the zones of occupation established at the end of World War II. The Berlin Wall, a wire and concrete barrier, was erected by the East German government in August 1961 and dismantled in November 1989.x
From the name of the German capital city, where it was invented in the 17th century.
From the German Berlin.