Synonyms for wasungen or Related words with wasungen

gersdorf              rastenberg              burladingen              volkach              thedinghausen              treffurt              freystadt              kranichfeld              neusorg              hartmannsdorf              schrozberg              klettenberg              langewiesen              bodenwerder              stadtlengsfeld              herbolzheim              breitenbrunn              wilhelmsdorf              kreuzburg              oldisleben              wolfhagen              obersontheim              wilkau              immenhausen              wolfach              eggenfelden              grosselfingen              hundsdorf              trochtelfingen              lengenfeld              berching              alsbach              kreuth              kipfenberg              uchte              borgholzhausen              gebesee              neuenkirchen              loxstedt              malchin              hohenleuben              blankenhain              herzogtum              beerfelden              perleberg              hohenfelde              bassum              alsleben              rodach              farnroda             

Examples of "wasungen"
Wasungen-Amt Sand is a "Verwaltungsgemeinschaft" ("collective municipality") in the district Schmalkalden-Meiningen, in Thuringia, Germany. The seat of the "Verwaltungsgemeinschaft" is in Wasungen.
The "Verwaltungsgemeinschaft" Wasungen-Amt Sand consists of the following municipalities:
"Ollivia Moore": "Elwetritsche im Speckhemdchen" in "Verborgene Wesen 2" (German Edition), Twilightline-Verlag Wasungen (2012).
Melchior Vulpius (c. 1570 in Wasungen – 7 August 1615 in Weimar) was a German singer and composer of church music.
Wasungen is a town in the Schmalkalden-Meiningen district, in Thuringia, Germany. It is situated on the river Werra, 11 km north of Meiningen.
Bernhard, Ernst I third son, received the town of Meiningen as well as several other holdings (Wasungen und Salzungen, Maßfeld und Sand, Herrenbreitungen, Herpf, Stepfershausen, Utendorf, Mehlis and the former Franconian lands of the extinct House of Henneberg, Henneberg).
He was born the son of Michael Liebknecht, schoolmaster, of Wasungen, and his wife, Margarethe Turckin and was educated in the Gymnasium at Schleusingen and at Jena. He was awarded MA (1702), BD (1717) and DD (1719)
Johann Georg Liebknecht (23 April 1679 in Wasungen, Thuringia - 17 September 1749 in Giessen) was a German theologian and scientist. He was professor of mathematics and theology at the Ludoviciana (University) in Giessen, Germany.
five years later (in 1680); as a result of this divisionary treaty, Bernhard received Meiningen, Wasungen, Salzungen, Untermassfeld, Frauenbreitungen and Ichtershausen. Bernhard became the founder of the Saxe-Meiningen line.
Nathalie Henneberg (October 23, 1910, Batumi – June 24, 1977, Paris) was a French science fiction writer, a precursor of modern French heroic fantasy. She was married to, and collaborated with, Charles Henneberg zu Irmelshausen Wasungen (1899–1959).
Johann Heinrich Cotta, also Heinrich von Cotta, (30 October 1763 – 25 October 1844) was a German silviculturist who was a native of Kleine Zillbach, near Wasungen, Thuringia. He was founder of the Royal Saxon Academy of Forestry, in Tharandt, and is known as a pioneer of scientific forestry. He was the father of geologist Bernhard von Cotta (1808–1879).
Vulpius came from a poor craftsman's family. He studied at the local school in Wasungen (in Thuringia) with Johannes Steuerlein. From 1588, he attended the school in Speyer. After marrying in 1589, he obtained a position at the Gymnasium in Schleusingen. In 1596, he was named cantor in Weimar.
He studied theology in Erlangen and in 1864 became a member of the Lutheran Leipzig Mission. In 1865 he was ordained as a minister, and later the same year, began work as a missionary in Madras, India. In 1867 he returned to Germany, and subsequently served as a minister in Meiningen. In 1886 he was named a church councilor and superintendent in Wasungen. In 1894 he was awarded with an honorary degree by the Faculty of Theology at Leipzig.
Regular services began on 2 November 1858 with 24 locomotives and 367 wagons. The remaining 30 km of the line to Lichtenfels was put into operation in January 1859. All construction works had been designed from the outset for two-track service. Several sections were duplicated by 1910: the line through the Thuringian Forest from Eisenach to Bad Salzungen (26.7 km), between Schwallungen and Wasungen (3.5 km), between Meiningen and Grimmenthal (7.1 km) and between Coburg and Creidlitz (4.6 km).
Meder was born in Wasungen, Thuringia to a musical family with his father and four brothers all being organists or "Kantors." It is rumored that he moved to Leipzig in 1666, began his University studies in theology at Leipzig in 1669. In 1670, Meder left Leipzig to pursue continued studies at the University of Jena. Unable to secure a position there at the University, he resorted to taking a post as a professional singer in the Hofkappele of Duke Ernst der Fromme (d. 1675).
"Ahoi", alongside "helau" and "alaaf", is a word used to make a fool of somebody during the Carnival period. After sailors, stevedores and inland fishermen adopted the expression from the coast, it was made popular by the Carnival societies. During the parades, the crews of the Ships of fools greet the people on the roadside with "Ahoi!", and they return the same greeting. It was also traditionally used in the former territory of the Palatinate, in Mannheim as "Monnem ahoi" or "Mannem ahoi!" and in Ludwigshafen, but also in bordering areas like northern Baden Altlußheim, as well as in southern Thuringian Wasungen, as "Woesinge ahoi!". The Carnival society Milka, foundend in 1908 in Upper Swabian Ravensburg, shouts the greeting "Milka - ahoi!". During the Backfischfest of the fishermen's guild in Worms, the greeting "ahoi" is employed as well. Also newer Carnival groups, for example one northern German association, and a new group in Cologne, refer to this call.