[shtoo rm-ahp-tahy-loo ng] /ˈʃtʊərmˈɑpˌtaɪ lʊŋ/
a political militia of the Nazi party, organized about 1923 and notorious for its violence and terrorism up to 1934, when it was purged and reorganized as an instrument of physical training and political indoctrination of German men; Brown Shirts.
the full name of the Nazi SA
- Sturm and drang
noun lit., storm and stress; turmoil; also Sturm und Drang Examples After the sturm and drang of the last two years, it was time to make a drastic change. Word Origin 1844
noun 1. a variety of eating apple having a pale green skin and crisp tart flesh
[shtoo rm oo nt drahng] /ˌʃtʊərm ʊnt ˈdrɑŋ/ noun 1. a style or movement of German literature of the latter half of the 18th century: characterized chiefly by impetuosity of manner, exaltation of individual sensibility and intuitive perception, opposition to established forms of society and thought, and extreme nationalism. 2. tumult; turmoil; upheaval. Sturm und […]
noun, Scot. 1. violent quarreling. noun 1. Charles. 1795–1869, English explorer, who led three expeditions (1828–29; 1829; 1844–45) into the Australian interior, discovering the Darling River (1828)