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  • Hapsburg — European dynasty, from Ger. Habsburg, from the name of a castle on the Aar in Switzerland, originally Habichtsburg, lit. Hawk s Castle …   Etymology dictionary

  • Hapsburg — [haps′bʉrg΄; ] Ger [ häps′bo͞orkh] n. alt. sp. of HABSBURG …   English World dictionary

  • Hapsburg — or Habsburg adjective Etymology: Habsburg, Aargau, Switzerland Date: circa 1861 of or relating to the German royal house to which belong the rulers of Austria from 1278 to 1918, the rulers of Spain from 1516 to 1700, and many of the Holy Roman… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Hapsburg — Das Kleine Wappen des österreichischen Kaisers 1806–1915 bestand aus einem Doppeladler samt Zepter, Schwert und Reichsapfel und der über ihm schwebenden Kaiserkrone; auf des Adlers Brust lag das „gen …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Hapsburg — Haps|burg the name of an important European royal family that ruled in Austria from 1278 to 1918 and in Spain from 1516 to 1700. The German spelling of the name is Habsburg. >Hapsburg adj …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • HAPSBURG (Habsburg) MONARCHY — HAPSBURG (Habsburg) MONARCHY, multi national empire in Central Europe under the rule of the Hapsburg dynasty from 1273 until 1918; from 1867 known as Austro Hungary. Its nucleus was austria and it included at different times countries with… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Hapsburg, house of —    One of the major ruling houses of Europe whose history dates back to the 11th century. Their name derives from the Habichtsburg Castle in the former Duchy of Swabia, now Switzerland, where the family originated. In 1273, the Hapsburgs attained …   Dictionary of Renaissance art

  • Hapsburg jaw — a mandibular prognathous jaw, often accompanied by a thick overdeveloped lower lip (Hapsburg lip), as seen in many members of the Hapsburg family of European nobility …   Medical dictionary

  • Hapsburg jaw lip disease — Haps·burg jaw, lip, disease (hapsґbərg) [Hapsburg, a German Austrian royal family, including rulers of several European states, such as Austria (1278–1918) and Spain (1504–1700)] see under jaw and lip, and see hemophilia …   Medical dictionary

  • Hapsburg lip — a thick overdeveloped lower lip that often accompanies a Hapsburg jaw …   Medical dictionary

  • HAPSBURG or HABSBURG, HOUSE OF —    a famous royal house which has played a leading part in the history of Continental Europe from its foundation in the 12th century by Albert, Count of Hapsburg, and which is represented to day by the Imperial family of Austria. Representatives… …   The Nuttall Encyclopaedia


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