Oldenburg is not a word but a name meaning 'one who came from Oldenburg'. It also refers to a city of northwest Germany west of Bremen. It was chartered in 1345 and is now an industrial and transportation centre.
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[ohl-duhn-burg; for 2, 3 also Germanohl-duhn-boork]
U.S. sculptor, born in Sweden.
a former state in NW Germany, now part of Lower Saxony.
a city in Lower Saxony in NW Germany: former capital of Oldenburg.
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