burgerregering etymology

Dutch word burgerregering comes from Dutch regering, Dutch burger (Citizen. Middle-class or bourgeois person, burgher Burger.)

Detailed word origin of burgerregering

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
regering Dutch (nld) (legal) A government, a governing council: especially the executive branch of government. The act of governing, ruling a state or similar political entity. The rule, reign of a prince etc.
burger Dutch (nld) Citizen. Middle-class or bourgeois person, burgher Burger.
burgerregering Dutch (nld) Civilian government (government without formal ties to the military and not experiencing undue influence by the military).