type of cake, 1903, from name of a town in Germany, the seat of a family which became known in Britain as Mountbatten.
Among them were two brothers, of the name of battenberg; they were of a noble family, and prominent members of the league.
It wound itself up in a network of battenberg braid, in all the numbers.
The battenberg at Leipzig: nothing but leading turns; and she had topped the bill at Leipzig!
Over the centre of the table was spread a large square of orange satin overlaid with a battenberg lunch cloth.
On this day Prince Maurice of battenberg died of his wounds.
He has among his schoolfellows his cousin Prince Alexander of battenberg, of whom a delightful story is current just now.
Irish Renaissance, Luxeuil and battenberg are the other names for this lace.
Prince Louis of battenberg has been here and I have been very much pleased with him.
battenberg tumbled, foamed, cascaded over Winnebago's front porches all that summer.
She was in an ordinary red costume, and was rather cold and shy at first, but thawed when battenberg appeared.