Lebensmensch

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  1. Dataxe says:
    Lebensmensch (German) Origin & history From Leben‎ + -s-‎ + Mensch‎. Pronunciation. IPA: /ˈleːbn̩sˌmɛnʃ/ Noun Lebensmensch (masc.) (genitive Lebensmenschen, pl. Lebensmenschen) (especially in Austria) the most important person (whether a relative, a spouse or a friend) in one's life.
  2. Shaktilrajas says:
    Oct 01,  · Lebensmensch m (genitive Lebensmenschen, plural Lebensmenschen) (especially in Austria) the most important person (whether a relative, a spouse or a friend) in one's life Quotations [ edit ].
  3. JoJomuro says:
    Lebensmensch {m} [most or very important person in one's life] neol.
  4. Faumuro says:
    Jun 29,  · "Lebensmensch" was voted Austrian Word of the Year in and was coined in it's current meaning by the Austrian author Thomas Bernhard. (Goethe used it, but with a different meaning.) It is used to characterize someone that you feel is the one single most important person in your life. Bernhard writes (choppy translation my.
  5. Babar says:
    Look up Lebensmensch in the PONS online German spelling dictionary! Includes dictionary, usage examples, pronunciation function and additional vocabulary feature.
  6. Zulujinn says:
    Many translated example sentences containing "Lebensmensch" – English-German dictionary and search engine for English translations.
  7. Malagrel says:
    Bernhard's Lebensmensch (companion for life), whom he cared for alone in her dying days, was Hedwig Stavianicek (–), a woman more than thirty-seven years his senior, whom he met in , the year of his mother's death and one year after the death of his beloved grandfather. She was the major support in his life and greatly furthered.
  8. Naramar says:
    Stefan Petzner (born 17 January in Laßnitz bei Murau, Styria) is an Austrian politician. He was a member of the right-wing Alliance for the Future of Austria (Bündnis Zukunft Österreich, BZÖ).Petzner is a former reporter (of the Styrian Kleine Zeitung) and a student of journalism. Petzner directed the election campaigns in and In Petzner was appointed secretary general.

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