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Definition of the noun Albatros

What does Albatros mean as a name of something?

Albatros is a genus of Diomedeidae, described by Lesson in 1828.

Group

Albatros is a musical group.

Music

"Albatros" is a musical album of Karat.

  • released in (37 years ago)

Film

"Albatros" is a 2011 history drama film written by Bratislav Petkovic and directed by Filip Colovic.

  • starring: Dragan Nikolić as Gligorije Giga Gersic
  • released on (4 years ago)

Business

  1. The Albatros was an English automobile manufactured in Croft Road, Coventry and founded in 1922 by H.T.W. Manwaring. The origin of the name is reputed to be derived from a play on the name of one Albert Ross, who was Manwaring's mentor and boss earlier in his career.
  2. Albatros is a record label.
  3. Albatros is a publisher, author.

Miscellanea

  1. The Albatros is a sailing ketch built in the Netherlands in 1899. Now used as a sail training vessel, she was the last sailing ship carrying commercial cargo in Europe.
  2. The Albatros was an American-owned ship which brought to W. Price Hunt, partner of the Pacific Fur Company, at its Astoria post, news of the outbreak of the War of 1812. Hunt chartered the ship and removed the furs from Fort Astoria to avoid possible British capture, thus abandoning the first American fur post on the Columbia River.
  3. The Albatros was built by one Henri Villouin of Paris in 1912. His company made mostly cycles and motorcycles, but did build a light 4-cylinder car. Their advertisement boasted of '91 wins in 92 races', but this is thought to be referring to the cycles.

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Albatros

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Google previewThe Animal Kingdom (1829)

Arranged in Conformity with Its Organization by Georges baron Cuvier, Charles Hamilton Smith, Edward Pidgeon, John Edward Gray, Pierre André Latreille, George Robert Gray

Found in the Antarctic Seas of the two worlds; according to Temminck the Chorolale Albatros is the young. Many albatroses are observable with more or less brown or black; but it is not yet established whether they are distinct species, ...

Google previewCivil Airworthiness Certification (2013)

Former Military High-Performance Aircraft by Miguel Vasconcelos, United States Department of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration

The Aero Vodochody L-39 Albatros is a late 1960s (first flown in 1969) high- performance jet trainer aircraft developed in Czechoslovakia during the Cold War . It was the first of the second-generation jet trainers, and the first turbofan- powered ...

Google previewPeru (2011)

by Molly Moker

Albatros is a large beach with rental umbrellas. Cutarintlo, which is not technically one of Mollendo's beaches, is only Z km (1.1 mi) north of Mollendo on the Pan-American highway. A small inlct, it has almost C SEAFOOD C no waves and is ...

Google previewInvitation To Oceanography (2016)

by CTI Reviews

The Albatros is a sailing ketch built in.

Google previewMechanically Gated Channels and their Regulation (2012)

by Andre Kamkin, Ilya Lozinsky

Finally, ALBATROS is a clinical trial designed to asses the potential ...

Google previewInternational Warbirds (2001)

An Illustrated Guide to World Military Aircraft, 1914-2000 by John C. Fredriksen

its predecessor, the Albatros is a viceless trainer widely employed by members of the former Warsaw Pact. Fitted with sophisticated weapon pods, it also makes a capable light attack craft. In 1966 the Aero design bureau was instructed to ...

Google previewThe Genesee Farmer (1832)

The Albatros is the playmate of sailors and they look upon it with a superstitious respect, though it would seem with less awe ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Birds (1896)

by Alfred Newton

Albatros of many authors. Of this, though it has been so long the observed of all observers among voyagers to the Southern Ocean, no one seems to have given, from the life, its finished portrait on the wing, and hardly such a description as ...

Google previewWorld War II at Sea: An Encyclopedia [2 volumes] (2011)

An Encyclopedia by Spencer C. Tucker

The Albatros hit the Brooklyn, and the Primauguet hit the Massachusetts, but in each case little damage was done. At 11:03 a.m., the Massachusetts ceased fire to conserve ammunition in case the Richelieu appeared. The Tuscaloosa and ...

Google previewThe Antarctic Dictionary (2000)

A Complete Guide to Antarctic English by Bernadette Hince

Black-eyebrowed Albatros...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Military Technology and Innovation (2004)

by Stephen Bull

Albatros AIRCRAFT Albatros fighters were among the best German aircraft of the First World War. Following the Ammunition ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of the World Novel (2015)

by Michael David Sollars, Arbolina Llamas Jennings

Bucharest: Albatros, 1982. Zaciu, Mircea, Marian Papahagi, and Aurel Sasu. Dictionar Esential al Scriitorilor Romani. Entry by Nicolae Manolescu. Bucharest: Albatros, 2000. Entry Author: Borbély, Stefan. The Sailor from Gibraltar Also known ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Metropolitana; Or, Universal Dictionary of Knowledge on an Original Plan Comprising the Twofold Advantage of a Philosophical and an Alphabetical Arrangement, with Appropriate Engravings Edited by Edward Smedley, Hugh James Rose, Henry John Rose (1845)

Miscellaneous and lexicographical, vol. 5

Albatros, Edwards. In Zoology, a genus of animals belonging to the family Longipennes, order Palmipedes, class Aves. . Generic character. Beak large, strong, and bending in the middle; the upper mandible hooked down ...

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Small photo of Black-browed Albatros ( Thalassarche melanophris ) or Mollymawk Helgoland Island GermanySmall photo of Diomedea sanfordi - Northern Royal Albatros flying above the sea in New Zealand near Otago peninsula, South IslandSmall photo of Black-browed Albatros ( Thalassarche melanophris ) or Mollymawk Helgoland Island GermanySmall photo of PARDUBICE, CZECH REPUBLIC - 3 June 2017: Aircrafts Aircraftt L-39 Albatros in aviation fair and century air combats, Pardubice, Czech Republic on 3 June 2017Small photo of Black-browed Albatros ( Thalassarche melanophris ) or Mollymawk Helgoland Island GermanySmall photo of Black-browed Albatros ( Thalassarche melanophris ) or Mollymawk Helgoland Island GermanySmall photo of Diomedea sanfordi - Northern Royal Albatros crying on his nest in New Zealand near Otago peninsula, South Island More...

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