Kaiser

[n] - the Holy Roman Emperors or the Emperors of Austria or Germany until 1918
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Kaiser

Title formerly used by the Holy Roman emperors, Austrian emperors 1806-1918, and German emperors 1871-1918. The word, like the Russian `tsar`, is derived from the Latin Caesar. ...
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Kaiser

German Emperor
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Kaiser

Kai'ser noun [ Greek , from Latin Caesar . Confer Kesar , and Czar .] The ancient title of emperors of Germany assumed by King William of Prussia when crowned sovereign of the new German empire in 1871.
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Kaiser

• (n.) The ancient title of emperors of Germany assumed by King William of Prussia when crowned sovereign of the new German empire in 1871.
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Kaiser

[crater] Kaiser Crater is a crater in the Noachis quadrangle of Mars, located at 46.6° S and 340.9° W. It is 207 km wide and was named after Frederik Kaiser, a Dutch astronomer (1808–1872). File:Kaiser crater p111.jpg|Viking Orbiter image of Kaiser Image:Kaiser Crater.jpg|Detail of south wall of Kaiser Crater, daytime infrared, imaged b...
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Kaiser

Kaiser is a German name for boys. The meaning is `head of hair` The name Kaiser is most commonly given to American boys. Kaiser is given to boys and girls in the Netherlands What do they use in other countries? Cesar (French) The name sounds like: Casar, Caezar Similar names are: Kasey, Kasper, Gainer, Kadeer, Kasee, Kazmer, Keifer, Naser, Yasser S...
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Kaiser

Kaiser is the German word for emperor.
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Kaiser

Kaiser is a Canadian trick-taking card game.
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Kaiser

Title formerly used by the Holy Roman emperors, Austrian emperors 1806–1918, and German emperors 1871–1918. The word, like the Russian `tsar`, is derived from the Latin Caesar
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Kaiser

[lunar crater] The rim of this crater is heavily worn from impact erosion, and the features have been generally softened and rounded. Parts of the southern inner wall has become incised, and the elongated satellite crater Kaiser A lies across the eastern rim. The interior floor of Kaiser is relatively featureless, being marked only by a few...
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Kaiser

[card game] Kaiser, or three-spot, is a trick-taking card game popular in the prairie provinces in Canada, especially Saskatchewan and parts of its neighbouring provinces. It is played with four players in two partnerships with a 32-card deck. ==Origins== The origins of this game are a mystery and there seems to be no historical record (spo...
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Kaiser

Kaiser is the German title meaning `emperor`. Like the Bulgarian, Serbian and Russian Tsar it is directly derived from the Roman emperors` title of Caesar, which in turn is derived from the personal name of a branch of the gens (clan) Julia, to which Gaius Julius Caesar, the forebear of the first imperial family, belonged. Although the British ......
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Kaiser

[video game] Kaiser is a West German simulation strategy video game developed and published by Ariolasoft. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0926306/ http://www.giantbomb.com/kaiser/61-30935/ http://www.lemon64.com/?mainurl=http%3A//www.lemon64.com/games/details.php%3FID%3D3863 http://www.gamefaqs.com/c64/574846-kaiser ...
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