[luhd-wig, loo d-vig, -wig; German loot-vikh, lood-]
- E·mil [ey-meel] /ˈeɪ mil/, Emil Cohn, 1881–1948, German biographer.
- a male given name: from a Germanic word meaning “famous warrior.”
- German name of Louis II.
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Examples from the Web for ludwig
This is an improvement on the Permanent International Peace Bureau, Charles Albert Gobat, and Ludwig Quidde.Up To A Point: What We Really Need Is a Nobel War Prize
P. J. O’Rourke
October 11, 2014
It took 20 more years for Ludwig to actually move into the still-unfinished complex.
It was built for “Mad” King Ludwig II, who announced construction of the castle in a letter to his confidant Richard Wagner.
With names like Nestor, Clarissa, and Ludwig, the characters are equally referential.This Week's Hot Reads: October 7, 2013
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“I was there in the parking lot when all this happened,” Ludwig says.New Details Are Released About Contents of the Lanza House
March 28, 2013
In the second she is married, and her husband, Ludwig, has succeeded to the throne.
After a sad farewell Ludwig rides away at the head of his Crusaders.
"The trees were club-mosses enlarged by a lens," said Ludwig.Pygmalion's Spectacles
Stanley Grauman Weinbaum
Ludwig Spohr was another composer who possessed a musical wife.
Ludwig von Beethoven,Whom if you ever would,Forget you never should.
Word Origin and History for ludwig
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