- From Swabia + -an. (Wiktionary)
“Maximilian in 1499, known as the Swabian War, the bond between”
“In the struggle, called the Swabian War between the”
“The Swabian never played at the highest level; only as an amateur for Stuttgart, Victoria Backnang and tiny Southwick while studying in England.”
“To enjoy Stuttgart and its environs is to enjoy local Swabian cuisine, wine and history.”
“Among the offerings here are the tasty maultaschen , a Swabian ravioli, and k ä sesp ä tzle , a local cheese noodle dish.”
“For a traditional Swabian meal, visit Calwer-Eck-Br ä u, which claims to be the first and smallest microbrewery in Stuttgart.”
“Recall: it was Ms. Merkel who not so long ago told her supporters that the legendary "Swabian housewife" would know how to advise policy makers, "You cannot live beyond your means in the long run.”
“His name was Ettore Schmitz, changed for publishing purposes to Italo Svevo — standing for the Italian Swabian — and the book, a novel, is called "Zeno's Conscience" (or, in an earlier translation, "The Confessions of Zeno.")”
“When Angela Merkel talks about budget cuts these days she likes to invoke the "Swabian housewife" – Germany's equivalent of the parsimonious Scot.”
“These sculptures ranged in size, with the earliest tending to be monumental, and may have originated as a genre in the Middle Rhine and Swabian regions of Germany. 51 The early examples are distinguished by the upright posture of the Virgin and the rather rigid step-like position of Christ on her lap.”
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Words only (I left out the expressions) from Geza Kerenyi's EN-HU interpreters' dictionary. Most of them pose some difficulty when interpreted between HU and EN in either or both directions.
Words from the novel by Thornton Wilder.
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