Walter

[n] - German conductor (1876-1962)
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Walter

• (v. i.) To roll or wallow; to welter.
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Walter

Bruno Walter noun German conductor (1876-1962)
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Walter

[archbishop of Sens] Walter (or Vaulter) was Archbishop of Sens from 887 to 923. He anointed Eudes as King of France in 888, Robert I in July 922, and Rudolph of France on 13 July 923, all in the church of St. Medard`s Abbey, Soissons. He doubtlessly inherited from his uncle Walter, Bishop of Orléans, a superb sacramentary composed between...
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Walter

[Bishop of Wrocław] Walter was Bishop of Wrocław, Poland between 1149–1169. Little is known about his origins, career or his Episcopal work. He was a Walloon from the area of Namur and during his tenure as bishop, the Premonstratensians founded the St. Martin church, he also dedicated a Marien kirche, undertook some construction at Wroc...
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Walter

[Muppet] Walter is a Muppet character that first appeared in the 2011 film The Muppets. Performed by Peter Linz, he is one of the central protagonists introduced in the film. During his adolescence, Walter frequently watched The Muppet Show, collecting memorabilia and finding the cast as a source of inspiration during his upbringing, which ...
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Walter

[name] Walter or Walther is a masculine given name, from an Old High German Walthari, containing the elements wald `rule` and hari `army, warrior`. The Latinized form is Waltharius, the title of a poem on the legendary Gothic king Walter of Aquitaine. A fragmentary Old English poem on the same character is known as Waldere. The Dutch equiva...
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Walter

Wal'ter intransitive verb [ See Welter .] To roll or wallow; to welter. [ Obsolete or Prov. Eng. & Scot.]
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Walter

Vehicle manufacturer [US]
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Walter

Walter is a Danish name for boys. The meaning is `commander of the army` The name Walter is most commonly given to American boys. It is short for: Wallace If it's too long you might use: Walt, Wat The name sounds like: Alter, Wilder See also: Galt, Walden, Watt
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