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This corresponds also to the spelling of the name in Upper Normandy during the XVIth century. The Norman "U" was not pronounced like a French "U" but a bit like in FergUson. It's understandable knowing that the name has the same root as the Norwegian "Bergby" for instance. There is more on the name's history at