An inn or hostel.
Origin: . The term is attested in the fifteenth century as aulberge, a loan from a term attested in eleventh century alberge, derived from albergar. The term originated in heriberga, from haribergôn, composed of the elements hari (cf. Heer) and bergon, whence German bergen.
Auberge is an album by Chris Rea, released in 1991. The album as well as the title song was mostly notable for the association of the Caterham Super Seven that he owned, in which he called it the "Blue Seven". That car appeared on the album cover, illustrated in oil by renowned motoring artist Alan Fearnley. The album makes several references to the car over several tracks, as well on the video of the title song and its cover illustration was used for its adverts. In 2005, Rea sold his car in an auction. Auberge was a #1 album in the UK in 1991. The title track also gave Rea one of his biggest chart hits, reaching #16 in the UK charts. Other songs released as singles were "Heaven", "Looking For The Summer" and "Winter Song". Another song, "And You My Love", wasn't released as single, however also has become a great hit.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
ō-bėrj′, n. an inn.—adj. Auberg′ical (H. Walpole).—n. Aubergiste (ō-bėrj-ēst′). [Fr., of Teut. origin. See Harbour.]
The numerical value of auberge in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of auberge in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5
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