Definition of Plzen

1. Noun. A town in Czech Republic where Pilsner beer originated.

Exact synonyms: Pilsen
Generic synonyms: Town
Group relationships: Czech Republic



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Plzen

Pluteus aurantiorugosus
Pluteus cervinus
Pluteus magnus
Pluto
Plutonian
Plutonians
Plutophile
Pluvialis
Pluvianus
Pluvianus aegyptius
Pluviose
Pluviôse
Plymouth
Plymouth Colony
Plymouth Rock
Plzen
Pneumocystis carinii
Pneumonyssus simicola
Pneumovax
Pnom Penh
Pnyx
Po
Po River
Po valley
Poa nemoralis
Poa pratensis
Poaceae
Pobeda Peak
Pobedy Peak
Pocahontas

Literary usage of Plzen

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Hussite Wars by Francis Lützow (1914)
"At that moment, however, the citizens of plzen by no means felt disposed to encounter the victorious Bohemian hero, though some of the neighbouring towns ..."

2. The Story of Prague by Francis Lützow, Nelly Erichsen (1902)
"It was joined by almost the entire nobility of Bohemia and by the citizens of plzen, Melnik, and the Stare Mesto of Prague. The citizens of the Nove Mesto ..."

3. The Story of Bohemia from the Earliest Times to the Fall of National by Charles Edmund Maurice (1896)
"Praha, of course, has been hopelessly Anglicized into Prague ; and Olomouci, Cheb, Brno, and plzen have been as certainly Germanized into ..."

4. The Story of Bohemia from the Earliest Times to the Fall of National by Charles Edmund Maurice (1896)
"Praha, of course, has been hopelessly Anglicized into Prague ; and Olomouci, Cheb, Brno, and plzen have been as certainly Germanized into Olmutz, Eger, ..."

5. The Czechs and the Lands of the Bohemian Crown by Hugh LeCaine Agnew (2004)
"To force greater flexibility on the Catholic side, a force of Taborites and Orphans laid siege to plzen in the summer of 1433. ..."

6. Blue Book of the State of Wisconsin by Wisconsin, Thomas Jefferson Cunningham, Industrial Commission of Wisconsin, Thomas Jefferson, Wisconsin State Printing Board, Wisconsin Dept. of State (1879)
"... March 29, 1851 ; received a collegiate education at plzen Gymnasium, Bohemia; Is a Banker; came to Wisconsin in 1868 and settled at Kewaunee; ..."

7. A History of Austro-Hungary from the Earliest Time to the Year 1889 by Louis Leger, A. B. Hill (1889)
"Meantime no truce was proclaimed, and the Hussites continued to ravage Hungary, while they boldly laid siege to the town of plzen, which had ..."

8. The Hussite Wars by Francis Lützow (1914)
"At that moment, however, the citizens of plzen by no means felt disposed to encounter the victorious Bohemian hero, though some of the neighbouring towns ..."

9. The Story of Prague by Francis Lützow, Nelly Erichsen (1902)
"It was joined by almost the entire nobility of Bohemia and by the citizens of plzen, Melnik, and the Stare Mesto of Prague. The citizens of the Nove Mesto ..."

10. The Story of Bohemia from the Earliest Times to the Fall of National by Charles Edmund Maurice (1896)
"Praha, of course, has been hopelessly Anglicized into Prague ; and Olomouci, Cheb, Brno, and plzen have been as certainly Germanized into ..."

11. The Story of Bohemia from the Earliest Times to the Fall of National by Charles Edmund Maurice (1896)
"Praha, of course, has been hopelessly Anglicized into Prague ; and Olomouci, Cheb, Brno, and plzen have been as certainly Germanized into Olmutz, Eger, ..."

12. The Czechs and the Lands of the Bohemian Crown by Hugh LeCaine Agnew (2004)
"To force greater flexibility on the Catholic side, a force of Taborites and Orphans laid siege to plzen in the summer of 1433. ..."

13. Blue Book of the State of Wisconsin by Wisconsin, Thomas Jefferson Cunningham, Industrial Commission of Wisconsin, Thomas Jefferson, Wisconsin State Printing Board, Wisconsin Dept. of State (1879)
"... March 29, 1851 ; received a collegiate education at plzen Gymnasium, Bohemia; Is a Banker; came to Wisconsin in 1868 and settled at Kewaunee; ..."

14. A History of Austro-Hungary from the Earliest Time to the Year 1889 by Louis Leger, A. B. Hill (1889)
"Meantime no truce was proclaimed, and the Hussites continued to ravage Hungary, while they boldly laid siege to the town of plzen, which had ..."

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