[wol-uh k; German vahl-ahkh]
- Ot·to [ot-oh; German awt-oh] /ˈɒt oʊ; German ˈɔt oʊ/, 1847–1931, German chemist: Nobel prize 1910.
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Ciprianu is a Wallach, but a nobleman of Hungary for all that, and his poultry unique of its sort.Manasseh
The native name of these people is Vlach, Wallach, or Wallachian.
Therefore the Wallach calls it "the Devil's Garden," and fears to approach it.'Midst the Wild Carpathians
They claimed to be called by the name of Roumanian, instead of the less dignified epithet of Wallach.The Revolutionary Movement of 1848-9 in Italy, Austria-Hungary, and Germany</p>
C. Edmund (Charles Edmund) Maurice
It was not a "Sinni" and not a "Wallach" tune, but it was a gruesome tune that went to one's heart.Stories and Pictures
Isaac Loeb Peretz