[hoh-uh n-lin-duh n] /ˌhoʊ ənˈlɪn dən/
a village in S Germany, in Bavaria, near Munich: French victory over the Austrians 1800.
a village in S Germany, in Bavaria east of Munich: scene of the defeat of the Austrians by the French during the Napoleonic Wars (1800)
[hoh-uh n-loh-uh] /ˌhoʊ ənˈloʊ ə/ noun 1. a member of a German princely family, fl. 12th to 19th centuries. /ˈhəʊənˌləʊə; German hoːənˈloːə/ noun 1. Chlodwig (ˈkloːtvɪç), Prince of Hohenlohe-Schillingsfürst. 1819–1901, Prussian statesman; chancellor of the German empire (1894–1900)
[hoh-uh n-shtou-fuh n] /ˌhoʊ ənˈʃtaʊ fən/ noun 1. a member of the royal family that ruled in Germany from 1138 to 1208 and from 1215 to 1254, and in Sicily from 1194 to 1266. /ˈhəʊənˌʃtaʊfən; German hoːənˈʃtaufən/ noun 1. a German princely family that provided rulers of Germany (1138–1208, 1215–54), Sicily (1194–1268), and the Holy […]
[hoh-uh n-zol-ern; German hoh-uh n-tsawl-uh rn] /ˈhoʊ ənˌzɒl ərn; German ˈhoʊ ənˈtsɔl ərn/ noun 1. a member of the royal family that ruled in Romania from 1866 to 1947, in Prussia from 1701 to 1918, and in the German Empire from 1871 to 1918. /ˈhəʊənˌzɒlən; German hoːənˈtsɔlərn/ noun 1. a German noble family, the younger […]
[hoh-uh tou-ern] /ˈhoʊ ə ˈtaʊ ərn/ noun 1. an Alpine mountain range in S Austria. Highest peak, Grossglockner, 12,457 feet (3799 meters).