a state in SE Germany: formerly a kingdom. 27,239 sq. mi. (70,550 sq. km).
Upon his liberation in 1945, the U.S. military set him up with a tailor shop in a small town in Bavaria.
My Father Made Jackie’s Pink Suit Michael Horowicz November 20, 2013
His remains were buried in a family plot in Bavaria until their exhumation Wednesday.
Neo-Nazi Hero Taken From Grave Eve Conant July 21, 2011
The country beyond the Niemen was no well-stocked garden, like Lombardy or Bavaria.
History of Modern Europe 1972-1878 C. A. Fyffe
Most of the lithographic stone in use is obtained in Bavaria.
Commercial Geography Jacques W. Redway
All these painters are at present in the service of the king of Bavaria.
Visits and Sketches at Home and Abroad with Tales and Miscellanies Now First Collected Anna Jameson
The blood of Leonard Kaiser, which was shed in Bavaria, is not silent.
Commentary on Genesis, Vol. II Martin Luther
The new King was more of a devotee and less of a statesman than Maximilian of Bavaria, his cousin on his mother’s side.
The Great Events by Famous Historians, Volume 11 Various
The see was secularized in 1802 and in 1803 assigned to Bavaria.
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 3, Part 1, Slice 2 Various
Since the seventies the conditions have changed fundamentally in Austria, and also, perhaps, in Bavaria.
Current History: A Monthly Magazine of the New York Times, May 1918 Various
He had to act as tutor to the Elector of Bavaria in the Netherlands.
The History of England from the Accession of James II. Thomas Babington Macaulay
a state of S Germany: a former duchy and kingdom; mainly wooded highland, with the Alps in the south. Capital: Munich. Pop: 12 155 000 (2000 est). Area: 70 531 sq km (27 232 sq miles) German name Bayern
named for the Boii, ancient Celtic people who once lived there (cf. Bohemia).
State in southwestern Germany bordered by the former Czechoslovakia to the east, Austria to the southeast and south, and the German states of Baden-Wurttemberg and Hesse to the west and northwest. Its capital and largest city is Munich.
Note: Adolf Hitler began his rise to power in Bavaria.
Note: The area is famous for its beer and automobiles. BMW stands for Bavarian Motor Works.
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). Contemporary Examples In this capacity, Spitz provided information on the German Red Cross and the Bavarian Separatist Movement in southern Germany. On the Trail of Nazi […]
- 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