So this would be where names like Harrisburg and Bumblyburg would come from?
Places like that come from the English 'borough' (also historically burgh and how it is in Scots), such as Loughborough. It's the equivalent to 'Burg'.
Burgher is the English equivalent to Bürger.
How about the 'civilian'
"civilian" is "Zivilist" - civilian and citizen have different meanings in English. A citizen is someone who lives in a country, while civilian generally means non-military.
This is the second time i've had this sentence. I wrote "the burger" the first time and now I did it again... ❤❤❤❤❤❤
You're a silly burger lol
Is the woman citizen 'die burger'
That would be die Bürgerin
why don't they accept "the citizens" answer, I couldn't get it..
That would have been "Die Bürger" as all plurals use "die".