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    •         •     bn:03070498n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2020/07/03

  uradel From automatic translation

 Uradel is a genealogical term introduced in late 18th-century Germany to distinguish those families whose noble rank can be traced to the 14th century or earlier. Wikipedia

    •         •     bn:03070498n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2020/07/03

  采邑贵族

 Uradel is a genealogical term introduced in late 18th-century Germany to distinguish those families whose noble rank can be traced to the 14th century or earlier. Wikipedia

IS A
HAS PART
    •         •     bn:03070498n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2020/07/03     •     Categories: Articles with short description, Austrian noble titles, Danish nobility, German noble titles...

  Uradel · Alter adel · Free-born aristocracy · High aristocracy · Immemorial nobility

Uradel is a genealogical term introduced in late 18th-century Germany to distinguish those families whose noble rank can be traced to the 14th century or earlier. Wikipedia

More definitions


noble social class; ancient nobility Wikidata

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    •         •     bn:03070498n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2020/07/03

  Uradel

 Uradel is a genealogical term introduced in late 18th-century Germany to distinguish those families whose noble rank can be traced to the 14th century or earlier. Wikipedia

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    •         •     bn:03070498n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2020/07/03

  Uradel · Alter Adel

Häuser bzw. Familien, deren Geschlecht nachweislich spätestens um 1400 dem ritterbürtigen Adel angehört Wikidata

IS A
HAS PART
    •         •     bn:03070498n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2020/07/03

  uradel From automatic translation

 Uradel is a genealogical term introduced in late 18th-century Germany to distinguish those families whose noble rank can be traced to the 14th century or earlier. Wikipedia

    •         •     bn:03070498n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2020/07/03

  uradel From automatic translation

 Uradel is a genealogical term introduced in late 18th-century Germany to distinguish those families whose noble rank can be traced to the 14th century or earlier. Wikipedia

    •         •     bn:03070498n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2020/07/03

  uradel From automatic translation

 Uradel is a genealogical term introduced in late 18th-century Germany to distinguish those families whose noble rank can be traced to the 14th century or earlier. Wikipedia

    •         •     bn:03070498n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2020/07/03     •     Categories: Sacro Romano Impero, Storia della Germania, Titoli nobiliari, Titoli sovrani

  Uradel

Uradel è un termine non giuridico di classificazione nella nobiltà tedesca come nella nobiltà danese, nella nobiltà norvegese, e nella nobiltà svedese. Wikipedia

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    •         •     bn:03070498n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2020/07/03

 No term available

 Uradel is a genealogical term introduced in late 18th-century Germany to distinguish those families whose noble rank can be traced to the 14th century or earlier. Wikipedia

IS A
HAS PART
    •         •     bn:03070498n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2020/07/03     •     Categories: Дворянство Дании, Дворянство Священной Римской империи, Дворянство Швеции

  Uradel

Uradel ([uʁˈaːdl̩], рус. Wikipedia

HAS PART
    •         •     bn:03070498n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2020/07/03

  uradel From automatic translation

 Uradel is a genealogical term introduced in late 18th-century Germany to distinguish those families whose noble rank can be traced to the 14th century or earlier. Wikipedia

HAS PART

 

Translations

uradel
采邑贵族
uradel, alter adel, free-born aristocracy, high aristocracy, immemorial nobility, original nobility, uradlig
Uradel
Uradel, Alter Adel
uradel
uradel
uradel
uradel
Uradel
uradel

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Translations from Wikipedia sentences

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ancient nobility, ancient

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