What does a word mean or what is the place?

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In a Swedish Examination Book there is a word written under the "Inflyttad" column that I can't figure out.  It is "Lerback" (it looks like).  I think it is a place or some other designation of movement.  The document I'm siting is:

  "Sweden, Household Examination Books, 1880-1930," database with images, FamilySearch(https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QLP7-D594 : 28 August 2019), Anna Charlotta in entry for Per Fredrik Hedberg, ; from "Sweden Household Examination Books, 1860-1920," database and images, MyHeritage(https://www.myheritage.com : n.d.); citing , 8258455, AI 20, various Lutheran parishes, Sweden.

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One possibility: Lerbäck parish, about three parishes south of Snavlunda parish in Örebro lan: Swedish Wikipedia

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by Anonymous Geschwind G2G6 Mach 8 (82.0k points)
selected by Marta Johnson
Thanks, so much, for your help.
Yes, it says Lerbäck. The column it's in is for the place somebody moved in from. So eldest daughter Anna Charlotta has returned to parents after working somewhere in Lerbäck.

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