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Burschenschaft

[ boor-shuhn-shahft ]
/ ˈbʊər ʃənˌʃɑft /
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noun, plural Bur·schen·schaf·ten [boor-shuhn-shahf-tuhn]. /ˈbʊər ʃənˌʃɑf tən/. German.(at German universities)

any of certain associations of students formed to promote patriotism, Christian conduct, and liberal ideas but now primarily social fraternities.

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Burschenschaft
/ German (ˈbʊrʃənʃaft) /

noun

a students' fraternity, originally one concerned with Christian ideals, patriotism, etc

Word Origin for Burschenschaft

literally: youth association
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