MEANING: noun: An undesirable or isolated location assigned to those who have fallen out of favor or are being disciplined.

ETYMOLOGY: After Siberia, a vast region of central and eastern Russia, used as a place of exile by Russia under the tsars and by the USSR. Earliest documented use: 1841. See also: gulag.

SOBERIA - the Holy Grail of alcoholics

I, BERIA - autobiography of a Communist

S.I. BERRA - Yankee catcher has another career working for Sports Illustrated magazine