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Definition of Agger

Agger
Agger Ag"ger, n. [L., a mound, fr. aggerere to bear to a place, heap up; ad + gerere to bear.] An earthwork; a mound; a raised work. [Obs.] --Hearne.

Meaning of Agger from wikipedia

- Daniel Munthe Agger (Danish: [ˈtɛˀniəl ˈɑkɐ]; born 12 December 1984) is a Danish retired professional footballer and tattoo artist who pla**** as a central...
- Agger may refer to: Agger (surname) Agger (ancient Rome), a type of ancient Roman rampart or embankment Agger (river), a river in North Rhine-Westphalia...
- Agger is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Daniel Agger (born 1984), footballer Knud Agger (1895–1973), painter Mikkel Agger (born 1992)...
- The agger nasi (from Latin: agger meaning "mound or heap") is a small ridge on the lateral side of the nasal cavity. It is located midway at the anterior...
- Mikkel Agger (born 1 November 1992) is a Danish professional footballer who is currently playing for Viborg FF. Coming through the youth ranks of Thisted...
- Agger Tange ("tange" is Danish for "isthmus" or "panhandle") is a peninsula located between the Limfjord and the North Sea. Agger Tange protrudes from...
- Danish international defender Daniel Agger, which has coined his nickname "Fætter Agger" meaning "Cousin Agger". Agger started playing youth football with...
- An agger is an ancient Roman embankment or rampart, or any artificial elevation. It is a Latin word. The agger was an embankment that gave Roman roads...
- Alma Agger is a Danish singer She is the winner of the thirteen season of the Danish version of the X Factor. "The Last Dance" (2020) https://underholdning...
- The Agger is a river in Germany, a right tributary of the Sieg in North Rhine-Westphalia. It is 69.5 kilometres (43.2 mi) long. Its source is in the Sauerland...
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