Definition of German mark

1. Noun. Formerly the basic unit of money in Germany.

Exact synonyms: Deutsche Mark, Deutschmark, Mark
Generic synonyms: German Monetary Unit
Terms within: Pfennig



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Lexicographical Neighbors of German Mark

German Shepherds
German Sign Language
German augmented sixth chord
German augmented sixth chords
German bee
German capital
German chamomile
German cockroach
German cockroaches
German goiter
German goitre
German iris
German ivy
German language
German lesson
German mark
German measles
German measles virus
German millet
German monetary unit
German police dog
German rampion
German shepherd
German shepherd dog
German short-haired pointer
German silver
German studies
German tamarisk
German virgin
German virgins

Literary usage of German mark

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1. Papers and Proceedings of the Annual Meeting by American Economic Association (1919)
"THE FUTURE OF THE german mark BY JE ROVENSKY National Bank of Commerce m New York Substantially all the commercial countries of the world are today ..."

2. The Law of Trade Marks and Their Registration: And Matters Connected by Lewis Boyd Sebastian (1890)
"In In re Farina (2) (c), registration was refused to a german mark on the ground of too great a similarity existing between it and a previously registered ..."

3. The Law of Trade Marks and Their Registration, and Matters Connected by Lewis Boyd Sebastian (1884)
"... registration was refused to a german mark on the ground of too great a similarity existing between it and a previously registered german mark, ..."

4. The English Village Community Examined in Its Relations to the Manorial and by Frederic Seebohm (1905)
"Whatever may be the ultimate verdict upon GL von Maurer's theory of the German ' mark,' there can be no doubt of its service as a working hypothesis by ..."

5. Policy Options for the Grain Economy of the European Community: Implications by Ulrich Koester (1982)
"Again, an exchange rate variation is assumed for the german mark. The total effect of an exchange rate variation on the other EC countries is given by: (44) ..."

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