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schiller

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noun schil·ler \ˈshi-lər\

Definition of schiller

  1. :  a bronzy iridescent luster (as of a mineral)



Origin and Etymology of schiller

German


First Known Use: 1885


Schiller

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biographical name Schil·ler \ˈshi-lər\

Definition of Schiller

  1. (Johann Christoph) Friedrich von 1759–1805 Ger. poet & dram.




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