from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of east-central Germany south-southwest of Berlin. Originally a Slavic settlement called Lipsk, it developed by the early Middle Ages into a major commercial and cultural center. Population: 507,000.
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- proper n. The largest city in Saxony, Germany
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- n. a city in southeastern Germany famous for fairs; formerly a music and publishing center
Sorry, no etymologies found.
The meaning of the word Leipzig, which is probably of Slavonic origin, is still uncertain.
A woman touches a Van de Graaff electricity generator at the International Trade Fair in Leipzig, Germany
I believe more characters are going to be announced before the end of the month at a games convention in Leipzig
This house in Leipzig, Germany designed by Atelier st combines contemporary styling with a degree of energy efficiency that comes close to Passive House standards.
But I live in Leipzig and the zoo is pretty awesome.
You can find another use of old gasometers in Leipzig and Dresden in Germany.
But the special beauty of the book, and the reason for its haunting quality, is the story of Tamas, Ilona and the group of students who study together in Leipzig in the 1950s.
Befittingly, given the Anniversary, I happen to be in Leipzig (former East Germany), renowned for being the location where the famous Monday demonstrations started, which led to the peaceful revolution of 1989 and ended with the fall of the Berlin Wall.
However, when I checked into the hotel in Leipzig, I had to surrender my passport to the local police for the duration of my stay.
My partner and future wife was born in Leipzig, and her mother and brother still live there – therefore I had a chance to visit that city and the area.