Kerb bezeichnet:

  • im regionalen Dialekt im Saarland, an der unteren Nahe, in der westlichen und nördlichen Pfalz, in Teilen von Südhessen beziehungsweise Rheinhessen und in Unterfranken die Kirchweih
  • die britische Schreibweise von Curb (Randsteine im Motorsport)
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