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Wallach

[wol-uh k; German vahl-ahkh]
noun
  1. Ot·to [ot-oh; German awt-oh] /ˈɒt oʊ; German ˈɔt oʊ/, 1847–1931, German chemist: Nobel prize 1910.
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Historical Examples

  • Ciprianu is a Wallach, but a nobleman of Hungary for all that, and his poultry unique of its sort.

    Manasseh

    Maurus Jokai

  • 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.

  • They claimed to be called by the name of Roumanian, instead of the less dignified epithet of Wallach.

  • It was not a "Sinni" and not a "Wallach" tune, but it was a gruesome tune that went to one's heart.

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    Isaac Loeb Peretz