foreign term Etymology: German wreath of songs ; German singing society

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  • Liederkranz — may refer to:*A liederkranz German cultural and musical society * Liederkranz cheese , a type of American cheese *Liederkranz Society Opera …   Wikipedia

  • Liederkranz — Lie der*kranz, n. [G. See Lied, and Grants.] (Mus.) Lit., wreath of songs; used as the title of a group of songs, and esp. as the common name for German vocal clubs of men. [Webster 1913 Suppl.] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Liederkranz — Liederkranz,   Liedertafel …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Liederkranz — ☆ Liederkranz [lē′dər kränts΄, lē′dərkrants΄ ] [Ger, lit., garland of songs: see LIED] trademark for a soft cheese having a strong odor and flavor …   English World dictionary

  • Liederkranz — Den denkendorfer Liederkranz vertreten. Eine eingebildete lächerliche Rolle spielen. Die Redensart verdankt ihren Ursprung einem gewissen Fr. Kauffmann, der im Juli 1874 zu Denkendorf bei Esslingen gestorben ist, und der sich einst als… …   Deutsches Sprichwörter-Lexikon

  • Liederkranz — /lee deuhr krahnts , krants / 1. Trademark. a brand of strong, soft milk cheese with a creamy center, made in small rectangular blocks. n. 2. a German choral society or singing club, esp. of men. [1855 60, Amer.; < G: garland of songs] * * * …   Universalium

  • Liederkranz — Lie·der·kranz …   English syllables

  • Liederkranz — Lie•der•kranz [[t]ˈli dərˌkrɑnts, ˌkrænts[/t]] coo trm Trademark. a strong, soft cheese with a creamy center, made in small rectangular blocks …   From formal English to slang

  • Liederkranz — noun a soft cheese with a strong odor and flavor • Usage Domain: ↑trademark • Hypernyms: ↑cheese …   Useful english dictionary

  • Liederkranz cheese — In spite of its German sounding name, Liederkranz cheese was a United States innovation, a recreation of Limburger cheese that was subtly different because the bacterial culture that ripened it was not the same. Liederkranz is an extinct… …   Wikipedia

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