⇄Change DirectionTranslation for 'tavern' from English to Icelandic
NOUN   a tavern | taverns
SYNO tap house | tavern
ölstofa {kv}tavern
ölknæpa {kv}tavern
vertshús {hv}tavern
öldurhús {hv}tavern
krá {kv}tavern [esp. Am. or archaic]
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Usage Examples English
  • Barleen in "The Tavern" (2019), "no tavern from this era (pre-revolution) is as famous or as important in American history" as the Green Dragon Tavern.
  • In the 1790s, City Tavern, the Union Tavern, and the Columbian Inn opened and were popular throughout the 19th century.
  • Less than two months later, Redman sold his tavern to Hugh Creighton, who already owned a tavern a few blocks away near Potter Street.
  • Glur's Tavern, built in 1876, is the oldest tavern west of the Missouri River still in operation. The tavern was patronized by "Buffalo Bill" Cody during his frequent visits to Columbus.
  • In 1838 the tavern was taken over by George Stacey who had previously been at the Adelaide Tavern in Hackney Road.
  • The owner of the Samukelisiwe tavern announced that the tavern would be getting armed security.
  • A tavern was established in Kyrö Skantz as early as 1640.
  • In 1973 the hotel became known as "The Chidlow Inn Tavern" and in 1984 simply "The Chidlow Tavern".
  • The "Shepherd and Shepherdess" tavern had been built at the site sometime prior to 1745, in what was then a rural part of the parish of Shoreditch.
  • Between 1780 and 1918, New Tavern Fort occupied the area around the chantry building.
  • Black Horse Tavern was a historic tavern in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania.
  • The Merchants' and Drovers' Tavern is a historic tavern located in Rahway, Union County, New Jersey, United States.
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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