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1. The wife of a Kaiser.
2. Used as the title for such a woman.

[German, feminine of Kaiser, Kaiser; see Kaiser.]


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The Kaiserin had come to Berlin to win over Hitler.
At 9.55am two German battleship, Kaiser and Kaiserin, joined the action and the enemy vessels retreated behind a thick smokescreen.
At 9.55am two German battleships, Kaiser and Kaiserin, joined the action and the enemy vessels retreated behind a thick smokescreen.
Born in Krusevica, Austria, and an electrician by trade, Popovic had sailed from Hamburg, Germany, aboard the SS Kaiserin Auguste Victoria.
"Mater Dolorosa--Die trauernde Kaiserin Elisabeth" is the title of a special exhibit that purports to look sympathetically at the parenting habits of Franz Joseph's wife Sisi and will be on view in Vienna's Hofburg until 22 May 2016.
Im Chinesischen Kabinett, dem geheimen Privatkabinett von Kaiserin Maria Theresia im Schloss Schonbrunn in Wien, sind an den Wanden zierliche Wandappliken aus vergoldeter Bronze mit leuchtend farbig emaillierten Blumen zu bewundern.
Beguiling soubrette in Adele's Laughing Song from Die Fledermaus, dramatic and muscular in Zeller's Schenkt man sich Rosen, wonderfully controlled and meditative in Lehar's Vilja, a Hollywoodstyle star in arias from Lehar's Giuditta and Kalman's Kaiserin Josephine.
Written in 1916 for the Empress Zita (the last Empress of Austria, as it turned out), "Kaiserin Zita-Hymne" was originally scored for soprano solo, mixed chorus, a large children's choir and full orchestra.
KOLZER, Koln-Wien, 1983 -, oggetto peraltro di una seconda edizione soltanto pochi anni dopo nei Diplomata regum et imperatorum Germaniae dei Monumenta Germaniae Historica (tomus XI, pars III): Die Urkunden der Kaiserin Konstanze, bearbeitet von T.
The Septet Der Kaiserin Maria Theresia gewidmet in E-flat major, Opus 20, was sketched out in 1799.
THUMMEL, Eusebios' Brief an Kaiserin Konstantia, en Klio, 66 (1984), pp.
Ueber die Gryllacriden der Deutschen Kaiserin Augustafluss Expedition 1913.