of or relating to Bavaria, its inhabitants, or their dialect.
a native or an inhabitant of Bavaria.
the High German speech of Bavaria and Austria.
Compare Alemannic (def 1).
In this capacity, Spitz provided information on the German Red Cross and the Bavarian Separatist Movement in southern Germany.
On the Trail of Nazi Counterfeiters Dr. Kevin C. Ruffner September 19, 2014
According to WWD, the collection mixes classic Bavarian pieces with edgy black leather.
Hillary Clinton’s Hair Gets Twitter Accounts; Taylor Swift Fans Reportedly Send Threats Over Graphic Tee The Fashion Beast Team July 16, 2013
The Romanesque-styled Neuschwanstein sits propped on the Bavarian countryside in a stately pose.
Where the Nazis Hid Their Art: The Castle Behind ‘Monuments Men’ Nina Strochlic February 7, 2014
His voice carries some of the Bavarian lilt of Werner Herzog, and he looks slightly like Daniel Day-Lewis when he laughs.
Tarantino’s Glorious Nazi Paul Cullum August 15, 2009
Their vista of the snow-capped Andes suggests the Bavarian alps and the view from Berchtesgaden.
Holocaust Horrors Haunt the Films ‘Ida’ And ‘The German Doctor’ Jack Schwartz May 11, 2014
The combat surged backwards and forwards until, at 11.30, the 2nd Bavarian Brigade joined in the fray.
The Franco-German War of 1870-71 Count Helmuth, von Moltke
We refer to the journey of the Bavarian naturalist Heinrich Schubert.
Celebrated Travels and Travellers Jules Verne
How did these Oriental methods penetrate to the Bavarian professor?
Secret Societies And Subversive Movements Nesta H. Webster
But who was this fellow in the Bavarian hat, who patrolled the sidewalk?
The Place of Honeymoons Harold MacGrath
There are three characters in it—a Bavarian lieutenant, Sepp his servant, and Caro his dog.
The Childrens’ Story of the War, Volume 3 (of 10) James Edward Parrott
of or relating to Bavaria or its inhabitants
a native or inhabitant of Bavaria
- Bavarian cream
a dessert made with custard, gelatin, and whipped cream. noun a cold dessert consisting of a rich custard set with gelatine and flavoured in various ways Also called (French) bavarois (bavarwa)
a seaport in and the capital of Adzharistan, in the SW Georgian Republic, on the Black Sea. Historical Examples From this port it is shipped in tank cars by rail to batum, whence it is conveyed to the various European markets. Commercial Geography Jacques W. Redway The import trade reaches nothing like the same value, […]
- Batu khan
d. 1255, Mongol conqueror: leader of the Golden Horde (grandson of Genghis Khan). Historical Examples Batu Khan was seated on a camp-stool brilliantly attired as if for some great ceremony. ‘Neath the Hoof of the Tartar Mikls Jsika
- Batty boy
noun (mainly Brit, taboo, slang) a male homosexual