⇄SuchrichtungÜbersetzung für 'baroness' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   a baroness | baronesses
baronessFreiherrin {f}
baroness [baron's daughter]Freiin {f}
baroness [baron's daughter]Baroness {f}
baroness [baron's daughter]Baronesse {f}
baroness [baron's daughter]Freifräulein {n}
baroness [baron's wife]Baronin {f}
baroness [baron's wife]Freifrau {f} <Frfr., Ffr.>
2 Wörter
baroness butterflyfish [Chaetodon baronessa]
Pazifik-Baroness-Falterfisch {m}
baroness butterflyfish [Chaetodon baronessa]
Pazifischer Baroness-Falterfisch {m}
4 Wörter
Baroness of the Empire [Holy Roman Empire]
Reichsfreiin {f}
Baroness of the Empire [Holy Roman Empire]
Reichsfreifrau {f}
Fiktion (Literatur und Film)
The Baroness
Die Majorin [Ernst Wiechert]
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • The video ends as the baroness and the chainsaw thug go after them as the screen quickly blacks out. Unsure if the boys have escaped. The baroness is played by Jo-Emma Larvin.
  • In 1883 he married baroness Lovisa Ulrika (Ulla) Thott (born 3 August 1858), the daughter of "ryttmästare", baron Gustav Thott and baroness Ulrika Thott.
  • On 16 July 1993, she was knighted and became a baroness.
  • He was also associated with the work of Augusta Hall, Baroness Llanover, to whom he taught Welsh.
  • Joan Willoughby, "de jure suo jure" 7th Baroness Willoughby de Eresby (c.1425 - d. before 13 February 1462) was an English baroness in her own right.
  • Of Lawrence and Agneta's daughters, baroness Bridget (Brita Cruus) married count Fabian Wrede, count of Elimä. Baroness Anna married baron Klaus Hermansson Flemingin, baron of Liebelitz.
  • a baroness marrying a count becomes a countess, and a countess or baroness marrying an untitled nobleman remains countess or baroness.
  • Hated as she was by the French, the baroness returned to England, where she died in December 1840.
  • In May 2006, Baroness Carmen Cervera publicly demonstrated against his plan to reform Paseo del Prado, as the baroness feared for the effects on her co-managed Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza.
  • Joanna Carolyn Penn, Baroness Penn (born 1985), known as JoJo Penn, is a British political advisor.
  • In 1908, Tamm married baroness Eva Ebba Gustafva Beck-Friis (1884–1963), daughter of baron Carl Joachim Beck-Friis and baroness Anna von Otter.
  • By birth she was "friherreinde" (baroness) zu Inn- und Knyphausen.
  • In 1788, Greenleaf married Dutch Baroness Antonia Cornelia Elbertine Scholten van Aschat et Oud-Haarlem.
  • Though some published sources have described Dolores von Fürstenberg as a countess and a princess, she is, in fact, a Freiin (baroness) by birth, according to the last published issue of the Almanach de Gotha.
  • Jacqueline, Baroness Fontyn (born 27 December 1930) is a contemporary Belgian composer, pianist and music educator.
  • Barnes's biographical notes and collection of manuscripts have been a major source for scholars who have brought the Baroness Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven forth from the margins of Dada history.
  • Baroness Sidonie Nádherná von Borutín, later Countess Sidonie von Thun und Hohenstein (1 December 1885 – 30 September 1950; alternatively Sidonie Nádherný or Sidonie Nádherná z Borutína) was a Czech baroness known for hosting literary salons and her correspondence with Rainer Maria Rilke and Karl Kraus.
  • Mary Elizabeth Henderson Stewart, Baroness Stewart of Alvechurch, [...] ([...]; 8 May 1903 – 28 December 1984) was a British politician and educator.
  • Amabel Hume-Campbell, 1st Countess de Grey, 5th Baroness Lucas ([...]; 23 January 1751 &ndash; 4 March 1833) was a British diarist and political writer who was a countess and baroness in her own right.
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