Definition of Kreutzer

1. n. A small copper coin formerly used in South Germany; also, a small Austrian copper coin.



Definition of Kreutzer

1. Noun. A medieval silver coin once used as currency in southern Germany and Austria. ¹

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Definition of Kreutzer

1. a former monetary unit of Austria [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kreutzer

kremlinologists
kremlinology
kremlins
kreng
krengs
krennerite
kreosote
kreosoted
kreosotes
kreotoxin
kreplach
kreplech
kretek
kreteks
krettnichite
kreutzer (current term)
kreutzers
kreuzer
kreuzers
krewe
krewes
kribergite
kriegspiel
krige
krigia
kriging
krill
krills
krimmer
krimmers

Literary usage of Kreutzer

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1. Dwight's Journal of Music: A Paper of Art and Literature by John Sullivan Dwight (1856)
"It had a wonderful success, the more wonderful since kreutzer made no such lucky throw since this, as he had made none before. But this is in itself a most ..."

2. Catalogue of New-York State Library: 1856 : Maps, Manuscripts, Engravings by New York State Library (1857)
"71 CHARLES Louis, Grand Duke of 3 kreutzer, 1808.. Silver .. Prof. Dakin. ... 80 DUCHY of Hesse-Darmstadt 6 kreutzer, 1819.. Copper. Exchanged. ..."

3. The Violin: Its Famous Makers and Their Imitators by George Hart (1875)
"kreutzer is, of course, better known from his 40 Studies than from anything ... Lafont was instructed by both Rode and kreutzer, and held a high position ..."

4. The Opera: A Sketch of the Development of Opera : with Full Descriptions of by Richard Alexander Streatfeild (1897)
"... AND THE ROMANTIC SCHOOL WEBER—SPOHR—MARSCHNER—kreutzer—LORTZING—NICOLAI— FLOTOW—MENDELSSOHN—SCHUBERT—SCHUMANN. ALTHOUGH, for the sake of convenience, ..."

5. The Law of Option Contracts by Frank James (1916)
"kreutzer v. LYNCH.—In this case1 the notice of election, in the form of a letter, dated at W, where the optionee resided, was sent by post to the ..."

6. The Works of Robert G. Ingersoll by Robert Green Ingersoll (1901)
"TOLSTOI AND "THE kreutzer SONATA. COUNT TOLSTOI is a man of genius. He is acquainted with Russian life from the highest to the lowest—that is to say, ..."

7. The Life of Ludwig Van Beethoven by Alexander Wheelock Thayer (1921)
"... and the "kreutzer" Sonata— Negotiations with Thomson—New Friends—Mahler's Portrait of Beethoven. KOTZEBUE, after a year of activity in Vienna as ..."

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