Definition of Pfalz

1. Noun. A territory in southwestern Germany formerly ruled by the counts palatine.

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pfalz

Peyer's patches
Peyton Rous
Peziza coccinea
Peziza domicilina
Pezophaps solitaria
Pezzer catheter
PfKIN protein kinase
Pfalz (current term)
Pfannenstiel's incision
Pfaundler-Hurler syndrome
Pfeiffer's bacillus
Pfeiffer's blood agar
Pfeiffer's phenomenon
Pfeiffer's syndrome
Pfeiffer syndrome
Pfizer riser
Pfluger's law
Pfu DNA polymerase
Pfuhl's sign

Literary usage of Pfalz

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1. History of Friedrich II. of Prussia, Called Frederick the Great by Thomas Carlyle (1858)
"Brandenburg in the hands of the Pawnbrokers; Rupert of the Pfalz is Kaiser. ... After some stumbling, they fixed upon Rupert Kur-Pfalz (Elector Palatine, ..."

2. The Rhine: From Its Source to the Sea by Karl Stieler, Hans Wachenhusen, Friedrich Wilhelm Hackländer (1903)
"There are, however, parts of the Pfalz where the hand of man has never interfered with ... It is through such a portion of the Pfalz that our road leads us. ..."

3. Deutsche und Oesterreichische Bibliothekzeichen Exlibris: Ein Handbuch Fur by Karl Emich Leiningen-Westerburg (1901)
"Speyer: Historischer Verein der Pfalz, 1893; hier abgebildet; mit den Schilden Deutsches Reich (Adler), Bayern (Rauten), Pfalz (Löwe) in romanischer ..."

4. Textbook of Applied Aeronautic Engineering by Henry Woodhouse (1920)
"Pfalz Scout 828 4/17—160 Mercedes The performance of this machine appears to be practically the same as that of G/141 Pfalz Scout with 160 hp Mercedes, ..."

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