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Deutsch

[doich] /dɔɪtʃ/
noun
1.
Babette, 1895–1982, U.S. poet, novelist, and critic.
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  • All this encouraged me to make another trial for the Deutsch prize.

    My Airships Alberto Santos-Dumont
  • The actual winning of the Deutsch prize had cost only a few litres of petroleum!

    My Airships Alberto Santos-Dumont
  • He now made ready to compete for the Deutsch prize of $20,000.

    Boys' Second Book of Inventions Ray Stannard Baker
  • An epitome of results is also given by him in 12 Flugschrift d. Deutsch.

    Problems of Genetics William Bateson
  • "Your master is better, my honest Deutsch," said he to the attendant at the door.

    The Royal Life Guard Alexander Dumas (pere)
  • Jean ran to rouse Dr. Gilbert while Deutsch got his master to a couch.

    The Royal Life Guard Alexander Dumas (pere)
  • The name "Deutsch" began to be applied to his subjects and their tongue.

    The Rise of the Mediaeval Church Alexander Clarence Flick
  • This man begat three sons who became the fathers of the three Deutsch tribes.

    The God-Idea of the Ancients Eliza Burt Gamble
  • Deutsch and Archdeacon to the first aviator who flew a circular kilometre.

    The Mastery of the Air William J. Claxton
  • Deutsch, however (Literary Remains, p. 172), predicted it with confidence.

    The Evolution of States J. M. Robertson
British Dictionary definitions for Deutsch

Deutsch

/dɔɪtʃ; German dɔytʃ/
noun
1.
Otto Erich (ˈɔto ˈeːrɪç). 1883–1967, Austrian music historian and art critic, noted for his catalogue of Schubert's works (1951)
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Word Origin and History for Deutsch

the German word for "German;" see Dutch.

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
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