pl. -·bergs· or -·ber·ge
an isolated rocky hill or mountain rising above a peneplain in a hot, dry region
Origin of inselbergGerman ; from insel, island + berg, mountain
Origin of inselbergGerman : Insel, island (from Middle High German insule, from alteration of Old High German isila, probably from Vulgar Latin *&imacron;sula; see isle) + Berg, mountain (from Middle High German berc, from Old High German berg; see bhergh-2 in Indo-European roots).