Definitions for Austrian
Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word Austrian.
a native or inhabitant of Austria
of or relating to Austria or its people or culture
A person from Austria or of Austrian descent.
Of, from, or pertaining to Austria, or its people.
of or pertaining to Austria, or to its inhabitants
a native or an inhabitant of Austria
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
aws′tri-an, adj. of or pertaining to Austria, an empire of Central Europe.—n. a native of Austria.
The numerical value of Austrian in Chaldean Numerology is: 5
The numerical value of Austrian in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4
What is the situation currently on the German-Austrian border? That only those who want asylum in Germany are being let through, and those who want to travel onwards are sent back, we will stop them directly on our southern border as of the end of next week.
With my German and Austrian colleagues... we will propose a new (immigration) initiative.
We want an Islam of the Austrian kind, and not one that is dominated by other countries.
In the 18th century we did not make cakes. Desserts consisted of doughnuts, strudels and ice cream, cake confectionaries followed the Vienna Congress in 1815. The Austrian monarchy started employing Hungarians, Bohemians, Italian and French and created a unique mixture.
> Jan 25( Reuters) - Switzerlands Loic Meillard won the mens World Cup giant slalom under lights in Schladming on Wednesday, with fellow countryman Gino Caviezel second fastest down the foggy slopes in the Austrian Alps.Meillard finished 0.59 of a second faster than Caviezel, while Marco Schwarz from Austria came third, 0.81 of a second after Meillard.It was pretty good. It was difficult to get in a rhythm with yesterday and the late finish. I felt good, I like the snow, and I like that slope. So, it was cool.
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