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Albert Einstein a German physicist, U.S. citizen after 1940, who formulated the theories of relativity (b.1879--d.1955).
Alsatian one of a breed of large dogs having a thick brownish or black coat, often used as guard dogs and as guide dogs for the blind; German shepherd.
auf Wiedersehen (German) until we see each other again; good-bye for now (used at parting).
auslander (German) a foreigner or outsider; alien.
Bavaria a German state on the southeastern border.
blitz (cap.; prec. by "the") the bombing attacks on Britain carried out by the German air force in 1940 and 1941 during World War II. [1/4 definitions]
boxer a German breed of dog with short hair, a square jaw, and a brown coat. [1/2 definitions]
Brunhild in the anonymous German medieval epic The Nibelungenlied, the queen of Iceland.
burgomaster the mayor or chief magistrate in a Dutch, Austrian, German, or Flemish town or city.
dachshund one of a German breed of small dogs having long bodies, very short legs, and drooping ears.
D-day June 6, 1944, when the Allied forces invaded German-occupied France during World War II. [1/2 definitions]
DDR abbreviation of "Deutsche Demokratische Republik;" German Democratic Republic; formerly, East Germany.
East Germany formerly, a European country between West Germany and Poland, in 1990 reunited with West Germany; German Democratic Republic.
Frau (German) a woman, esp. a married woman (used as a form of address).
Fräulein (German) a young woman, esp. an unmarried woman (used as a form of address).
Friedrich Engels a German political theorist and writer (b.1820--d.1895).
führer (German) a leader. [2 definitions]
GDR abbreviation of "German Democratic Republic," a European country, formerly also known as East Germany, located between West Germany and Poland, and in 1990 reunited with West Germany.
gemütlich (German) agreeable; cordial; congenial.
gemütlichkeit (German) friendliness; cordiality; agreeableness.
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel a German philosopher (b.1770--d.1831).