He was a dynastic leader, and head over one hundred valley settlements; his name appears on Helvetian silver coins as Orcitrix.
Helvetian lands had entirely lost their political independence.
What the Helvetian republic has effected, the whole of France will not fail to accomplish.
This permission indicates the tender mercies of the common law, and reminds us of the Helvetian peasant-woman.
A mixture of Romish despotism and Helvetian roughness existed there.
A formidable power had suddenly encompassed with barrenness, famine, and death, the noble founders of Helvetian liberty.
It is not in this mysterious and cloistered place that one feels oneself drinking in the classic atmosphere of Helvetian liberty.
The Helvetian priest, trusting to this declaration, repaired to the Roman embassy.
The messenger has at length returned from the Helvetian Churches.
Large poles twisted with fir branches, stuck thickly around the lake, gave to the waters the becoming Helvetian gloom.
"Swiss," 1550s, from Helvetia terra, Medieval Latin name of Switzerland, from Latin Helvetius "pertaining to the Helvetii," a Celtic people of ancient Gallia Lugdunensis.