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English German
late {adj} {pres-p} [century]
ausgehend [Jahrhundert]
to see sth. [experience, witness] [e.g. the turn of the century, the first lunar landing]
etw.Akk. erleben [z. B. die Jahrhundertwende, die erste Mondlandung]
[a hoax foreign word created in Germany in the first half of the 20th century]repunsieren
furn. commode [low chest of drawers or chiffonier of a decorative type popular in the 18th century]
Kommode {f} [bes. stark verzierte, niedrige Kommode des 18. Jahrhunderts]
aughts [first decade of a century]
Nullerjahre {pl} [ugs.] [das erste Jahrzehnt eines neuen Jahrhunderts]
hist. [years of rapid industrial expansion in Germany at the end of the 19th century]
Gründerzeit {f}
hist. mil. dungarees {pl} [20th-century U.S. Navy working uniform or (part of a) Marines battle dress]
[ehem. Arbeitsuniform der U.S. Navy, bzw. Uniformteil (auch: die gesamte Felduniform) der Marines]
tens [second decade of a century]
Zehnerjahre {pl}
hist. mil. captain [German grenadier forces of the 18th century]
Kapitän {m} [Hauptmannsrang deutscher Grenadiertruppen des 18. Jh.]
theatre [19th-century Austrian stock comic character]Staberl {m}
archi. urban [elegant neighbourhood with detached houses from the late 19th and early 20s century in Vienna]Cottage {n} [auch: Cottageviertel] [in Wien]
lit. mus. theatre [farce with singing, popular in the 19th century]Posse {f} mit Gesang
mil. [field captain: 16th century, commanding officer of a mercenary battalion]Feldhauptmann {m} [Landsknechtsführer]
hist. mil. [literally: "chain-dogs", pejorative nickname of uniformed military police units of German forces of the 19th and 20th century]Kettenhunde {pl} [fig.] [ugs.] [Bezeichnung der Feldgendarmerie in dt. Streitkräften des 19. und 20. Jh.]
hist. [organized colonisation of depopulated areas in the Hungarian part of the Habsburg empire in the 18th century]Schwabenzug {m}
theatre [Repertoire piece of 17th and 18th century German theater companies.]Haupt- und Staatsaktion {f}
archi. urban [tenement from the late 19th century]Gründerzeithaus {n} [Zinshaus]
hist. theatre [troupes of English actors touring Germany in the 16th and 17th century]Englische Komödianten {pl}
hist. lit. Archpoet [anonymous 12th-century poet]Archipoeta {m}
hist. Armagnacs [15th-century French political party]Armagnaken {pl}
mus. backfall [17th-century England]Vorhalt {m} [fallend]
mus. bassoon [C. Denner; early 18th century]Rackettfagott {n}
hist. relig. spec. Behmenists [followers of Jakob Böhme in 17th-century England]Böhmisten {pl}
hist. bushranger [Aus.] [19th century]Straßenräuber {m}
hist. pol. Carbonari [a 19th century Italian Unitarian secret society]Carbonari {pl} [auch: Karbonari] [italienischer, unitaristischer Geheimbund im 19. Jahrhundert]
hist. mil. corporal [surplus NCO of a regiment in German armed forces of the 18th century, always officer candidates who hold the task of flagbearer]Freikorporal {m}
hist. mil. corporal [surplus NCO of a regiment in German armed forces of the 18th century, always officer candidates who hold the task of flagbearer]Gefreitenkorporal {m} [Freikorporal]
hist. deportation [forced migrations within the Habsburg Empire in the 18th century]Transmigration {f} [Zwangsumsiedlungen im Habsburgerreich im 18. Jahrhundert]
hist. drum [evening tea party of a kind that was popular in the late 18th and early 19th century]Abendgesellschaft {f} [bes. im späten 18. und frühen 19. Jahrhundert]
philos. existentialism [19th and 20th century]Existenzphilosophie {f}
mus. forefall [17th-century England]Vorhalt {m} [steigend]
publ. Krünitz [standard 18th/19th-century German encyclopedia]Krünitz {m} [ugs.] [Oekonomische Encyklopädie]
hist. spec. Mfecane [19th-century period of wars in southern Africa]Mfecane {f}
oughts [spv.] [first decade of a century]Nullerjahre {pl} [ugs.] [das erste Jahrzehnt eines neuen Jahrhunderts]
lit. précieuses [literary circle of the 17th-century]Précieuses {pl}
hist. pol. relig. Qarmatians [9th - 11th century]Qaramita {pl} [auch: Quarmaten, Karmaten]
hist. naut. transp. spitz [19th century river barge]Péniche {f} [aus 19. Jahrhundert]
curr. teston [English and French coin from the 16th century][englische und französische Münze des 16. Jahrhunderts]
curr. testoon [English and French coin from the 16th century][englische und französische Münze des 16. Jahrhunderts]
furn. tridarn [Welsh] [a 17th-century sideboard with three sections / levels][Kommode bzw. Schrank mit drei Aufsätzen]
publ. Zedler [standard 18th-century German encyclopedia]Zedler {m} [ugs.] [Großes Universal-Lexicon]
2 Words: Others
well into ... [e.g. well into the 21st century]bis weit in ... hinein [z. B. bis weit in das 21. Jahrhundert hinein]
2 Words: Nouns
hist. acad. big science [19th century]Großwissenschaft {f}
archi. hist. urban bourgeois house [esp. from the 11th to the 18th century]Bürgerhaus {n}
cloth. hist. box pleats [on 18th century gowns]Watteaufalten {pl} [auch: Watteau-Falten] [moderne Bezeichnung]
mus. Burgundian School [15th century music style]burgundische Schule {f} [Musikstil]
hist. mil. corporal's command [German forces of the 18th century]Korporalschaft {f}
half century [also: half-century]Jahrhunderthälfte {f}
hist. Jewish emancipation [in 18th-19th century Europe]Judenemanzipation {f}
hist. law Jews' edict [Bavarian 19th century law limiting the number of Jewish families]Judenedikt {n} [Königreich Bayern, 19. Jh.]
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