Definition of Luxembourger

1. Noun. A native or inhabitant of Luxembourg.

Exact synonyms: Luxemburger
Group relationships: Grand Duchy Of Luxembourg, Luxembourg, Luxemburg
Generic synonyms: European
Derivative terms: Luxembourg, Luxembourg, Luxemburg, Luxemburg



Definition of Luxembourger

1. Noun. A person from the independent grand duchy of Luxembourg or of Luxembourgish descent. ¹

2. Noun. (history) An inhabitant of the former duchy (originally countship) of Luxemburg (originally Letzeburg) ¹

3. Noun. An inhabitant of the Belgian province Luxemburg (Luxembourg), which was cut from the above at the grandducal separation from the house of Orange's Dutch crown ¹

4. Noun. An inhabitant of the city of Luxemburg, which is/was the capital of all the above terriories ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Luxembourger

Lutzen
Lutzomyia
Lutzomyia flaviscutellata
Lutzomyia intermedius
Lutzomyia longipalpis
Lutzomyia peruensis
Luvaridae
Luvarus
Luvarus imperialis
Luvian
Luwian
Luxembourg
Luxembourg-Ville
Luxembourg City
Luxembourg franc
Luxembourger (current term)
Luxembourgers
Luxembourgian
Luxembourgians
Luxembourgish
Luxemburg
Luxemburger
Luxemburgers
Luxol fast blue
Luxor
Luyia
Luys' body
Luzon
Luzon Strait
Luír Cheltchair

Literary usage of Luxembourger

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1. The New York Times Current History (1917)
"Another Frenchman, who came from Montmartre, found a Luxembourger lying within a yard of him whom he had known as a messenger in a big hotel in Paris. ..."

2. The Note-book of an Attaché: Seven Months in the War Zone by Eric Fisher Wood (1915)
"One Luxembourger had been a whole month getting to Flushing from his home in Belgium. I was much relieved when I arrived at Victoria Station with my ..."

3. The New York Times Current History of the European War (1915)
"Another Frenchman, who came from Montmartre, found a Luxembourger lying within a yard of him whom he had known as a messenger in a big hotel in Paris. ..."

4. The World War and Its Consequences: Being Lectures in the Course on by William Herbert Hobbs (1919)
"... base had already been established at Trier, a point only seven miles from the entrance to the Luxembourger Loch, the great military route into France. ..."

5. Camps, Quarters and Casual Places by Archibald Forbes (1896)
"He had no civilian clothes and Bazaine fitted him out in his; Regnier had obtained from one of the Luxembourger surgeons a cap with the Geneva Cross which ..."

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