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equest. Haw! [Am.] [command to a horse etc. to turn to the left]
11
Hüst! [auch: Jüst!, Hist! oder Wist!] [Fuhrkommando: Linksherum!]
at the centre of many legends {adj} [Br.]sagenumwoben [Person, hist. Figur]
unpatriotic {adj}vaterlandslos [pej.] [bes. hist.: sein Vaterland nicht achtend, ehrend]
Verbs
to populate
7
peuplieren [hist.: bevölkern, besiedeln]
telecom. to hang up [telephone]einhängen [veraltend] [hist. auch konkret den Telefonhörer an seinen Haken hängen]
Nouns
cartridge
183
Kartusche {f} [Behälter, auch hist., milit.]
forum [also hist.]
48
Forum {n} [auch hist.]
weapons hackbut
35
Hakenbüchse {f} [hist. Schusswaffe]
weapons harquebus
35
Hakenbüchse {f} [hist. Schusswaffe]
analysis
19
Erschließung {f} [eines Textes, einer hist. Quelle]
comm. jobs mercer [esp. Br.] [chiefly hist.] [a dealer in textiles, esp. silks]
18
Stoffhändler {m} [Seiden- und Textilienhändler]
comm. jobs mercer [esp. Br.] [chiefly hist.] [a dealer in textiles, esp. silks]
18
Textilienhändler {m} [Seiden- und Textilienhändler]
decimation [also hist.]
16
Dezimierung {f} [auch hist.]
interpretation
10
Erschließung {f} [eines Textes, einer hist. Quelle]
games merels [Br.] [dialect] [hist.] [treated as sg.] [nine men's morris]
10
Mühle {f} [Brettspiel]
flaying
9
Enthäuten {n} [auch hist.]
comm. jobs mercers [esp. Br.] [chiefly hist.] [dealers in textiles, esp. silks]
8
Stoffhändler {pl} [Seiden- und Textilienhändler]
mil. subaltern [Br.]
8
Subalternoffizier {m} [schweiz., sonst hist.] [Offizier mit geringerem Rang als Hauptmann]
hist. weapons arquebus
7
Arkebuse {f} [Hakenbüchse] [hist. Schusswaffe]
aviat. cyclogyro [also hist.]
7
Cyclogiro {n} [veraltet] [Cyclocopter {m}]
aviat. cyclogiro [also hist.]
7
Cyclogiro {n} [veraltet] [Cylocopter {m}]
boudoir [esp. hist. or hum.]
6
Boudoir {n} [veraltend] [elegantes Zimmer einer Dame]
astron. astronomer
6
Himmelskundler {m} [oft hist. oder hum.] [Astronom]
milady
5
[hist. oder hum.; Anrede oder Bezeichnung einer englischen Adligen; im Gebrauch nicht unbedingt dem "Mylady" im Deutschen gleichzusetzen]
hist. weapons arquebus
5
Hakenbüchse {f} [hist. Schusswaffe]
borstal [Br.] [hist.: young offenders' institution]
5
Jugendstrafanstalt {f}
geogr. Old Line State [historic nickname] [Maryland][hist. Spitzname für Maryland, USA]
geogr. Old Colony State [historic nickname] [Massachusetts] [archaic][hist. Spitzname für Massachusetts, USA]
hist. aedile [Rom. hist.]Ädil {m} [röm. Gesch.]
cloth. Unverified muffetee [rare] [hist.] [wristlet]Armstutzerl {n} [bayer.] [Pulswärmer]
hort. bowling greenBoulingrin {n} {m} [hist.]
educ. hist. secondary modern schoolBürgerschule {f} [österr., hist.: Hauptschule]
(riding) chair [hist.]Chaise {f} [veraltet] [Kutsche, Droschke]
hist. transp. TrVocab. droshky [carriage used esp. in Russia]Droschke {f} [Pferdedroschke, bes. Russland; hist. bzw. touristisch]
hist. cheer [hist. or obs.] [two-wheeled carriage, one-horse shay]Einspänner {m} [zweirädrige Droschke]
borstal (institution) [also: Borstal] [Br.] [hist.] [young offenders' institution]Erziehungsanstalt {f} [erzieherisch gestaltete Jugendstrafanstalt]
pol. emancipation of womenFrauenemanzipation {f} [bes. hist.]
hist. privy secretary [hist., eccl.]Geheimsekretär {m} [historisch, kirchlich]
hist. spec. Germani [hist. jargon, rare]Germanen {pl}
geogr. hist. Gold CoastGoldküste {f} [hist. Bezeichnung für Ghana]
geogr. Grampian Mountains {pl} [Grampians, hist. Mons Graupius]Grampiangebirge {n}
jobs border guard [hist.: in GDR; now: in Bavaria]Grenzpolizist {m}
chaise [hist.] [a horse-drawn two-wheeled carriage, typically with a half-open top]Halbchaise {f} [veraltet] [Kutsche mit Halbverdeck]
hist. steward [Scot. hist.]Hausmeier {m} [Schottland]
flayingHäuten {n} [auch hist.]
zool. T
Jewish communityJudengemeinde {f} [bes. hist.]
Crime CommissionKriminalkommission {f} [schweiz.] [sonst hist.]
jobs extra help [male]Lohndiener {m} [bes. hist.]
jobs hired servantLohndiener {m} [bes. hist.]
games merels [Br.] [dialect] [hist.] [treated as sg.] [nine men's morris]Mühlenspiel {n} [selten bzw. veraltet für Mühle, Mühlespiel]
rail North Railway [Austria]Nordbahn {f} [hist.: Kaiser-Ferdinands-Nordbahn]
hist. spec. northern Germani [hist. jargon, rare]Nordgermanen {pl}
hist. spec. eastern Germani [hist. jargon, rare]Ostgermanen {pl}
archi. hort. orangery [also: orangerie]Pomeranzenhaus {n} [Hist.]
whipping boy [hist. or fig.]Prügelknabe {m} [hist. oder fig.]
bicycle identification cardRadausweis {m} [hist.] [für den Besitzer] [mit Angabe des Herstellers und Fabrikationsnummer]
roaring boys [hist.]Randalierer {pl}
admin. head of a department [in a government department]Sektionschef {m} [österr.] [in D.: hist.]
hist. mil. weapons (Soviet) multiple rocket launcher [Stalin's organ pipes]Stalinorgel {f} [hist. Raketenwerfer]
hist. spec. southern Germani [hist. jargon, rare]Südgermanen {pl}
comm. jobs mercers [esp. Br.] [chiefly hist.] [dealers in textiles, esp. silks]Textilienhändler {pl} [Seiden- und Textilienhändler]
comm. jobs mercer [female] [esp. Br.] [chiefly hist.] [a dealer in textiles, esp. silks]Textilienhändlerin {f} [Seiden- und Textilienhändler]
geogr. TrabzonTrabzon {n} [hist.: Trapezunt]
[large pin for holding a bun in place]Tugendpfeil {m} [hist. Haarnadel für eine Haartracht]
law defendantVerklagter {m} [hist.] [Beklagter]
hist. People's Parliament [former East German Parliament]Volkskammer {f} [hist. DDR-Parlament]
educ. jobs elementary teacher [female]Volksschullehrerin {f} [österr.] [schweiz.] [sonst hist.]
mus. nameboardVorsatzbrett {n} [hist. Tasteninstrumente]
transp. (road) tollWegzoll {m} [veraltet bzw. hist.]
hist. spec. western Germani [hist. jargon, rare]Westgermanen {pl}
sports pitcher's box [hist.: predecessor to pitcher's mound]Wurfmal {n}
2 Words: Nouns
geogr. Puritan State [historic nickname] [Massachusetts]Puritaner-Staat {m} [hist. Spitzname für Massachusetts, USA]
4 Words: Nouns
hist. coif [Br.] [jur, hist]weiße Kappe {f} der Anwälte [besonders der sergeants at law]
5+ Words: Verbs
hist. law relig. to outlaw sb. [to put sb. outside the law and deprive him/her of its protection] [hist.]jdn. in Acht und Bann tun [Redewendung]
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