Berg (surname)

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Berg is a surname of North European origin. In several Germanic languages (e.g. German, Norwegian, and Swedish), the word means "mount", "mountain" or "cliff".

List of people surnamed Berg[edit]

In music:

In media and the arts:

In politics and religion

In science, medicine, and technology

  • Jeremy M. Berg, the director of the National Institute of General Medical Sciences
  • Lev Berg (1876–1950), biologist and geographer
  • Max Berg (1870–1947), German architect and urban planner
  • Nathaniel Berg, president of the Guam medical society
  • Otto Berg (scientist) (1873–1939), German chemist, co-discoverer of the element rhenium
  • Otto Karl Berg (1815–1866), German botanist and pharmacist
  • Paul Berg (born 1926), American biochemist

In sport

In other fields

See also[edit]