Rothschild

noun any of family of powerful Jewish bankers in Europe
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Rothschild

[Fabergé egg] The Rothschild egg is a jewelled, enameled decorated egg made under the supervision of the Russian jeweller Peter Carl Fabergé in 1902 by the workshop of Michael Perchin, for Béatrice Ephrussi de Rothschild, who presented the egg to Germaine Halphen upon her engagement to Béatrice`s younger brother, Édouard Alphonse James...
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Rothschild

European family active in the financial world for two centuries. Mayer Amschel (1744-1812) set up as a moneylender in Frankfurt-am-Main, Germany, and business houses were established...
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Rothschild

European family active in the financial world for two centuries. Mayer Amschel (1744–1812) set up as a moneylender in Frankfurt-am-Main, Germany, and business houses were established throughout Europe by his ten children. Nathan Meyer (1777–1836) settled in England, and his grandson Nathan Meyer (1840–1915) was created a baro...
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Rothschild

Rothschild (roth'chīld, Ger. rōt'shilt) , prominent family of European bankers. The first important member was Mayer Amschel Rothschild (1743–1812), son of a money changer in the Jewish ghetto of Frankfurt, Germany. His first names are also spelled as Meyer and Anselm. It w...
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Rothschild

The Rothschild family was founded by the German Mayer Amschel Rothschild, the son of a Jewish merchant. Opening a money exchange business in his native town of Frankfurt, he gained the confidence of the landgrave (later elector) of Hesse-Kassel. In 1803 he lent a large sum of money to the Danish government, thereby starting the business of internat...
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Rothschild

[n] - any of family of powerful Jewish bankers in Europe
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