On this page:
|Play/pause||Buy footage||Find more|
Definition of the noun Saale
What does Saale mean as a name of something?
- A river in Germany.
- used attributively to denote one of the glaciations of northern Europe
- The Saale, also known as the Saxon Saale and Thuringian Saale, is a river in Germany and a left-bank tributary of the Elbe. It is not to be confused with the smaller Franconian Saale, a right-bank tributary of the Main, or the Saale in Lower Saxony, a tributary of the Leine.
- Saale is a river of Lower Saxony, Germany.
Saale a.k.a. SS Saale was an ocean liner for North German Lloyd in the late 19th century, which was severely damaged in the 1900 Hoboken Docks Fire. On 30 June 1900, Saale was moored at the North German Lloyd piers in Hoboken, New Jersey, preparing to depart on a transatlantic crossing when some cotton on a nearby pier caught on fire and spread to the ship. Saale and several other ships were soon engulfed in flames; 99 passengers and crew on Saale were killed in the fire and subsequent sinking.
- read more about SS Saale
Phrases with Saale
Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Saale
Click on a title to look inside that book (if available):
The Feast of Saint Abraham (2001)
Medieval Millenarians and the Jews by Robert E. Lerner
Although "Kaisersaschern" is a fictitious name, the Saale is a real river and Halle a real city. This places the town where "strange things" might happen in western Saxony, no more than ninety miles from Brunswick (Braunschweig), where in ...
Johannes Bugenhagen (2015)
Selected Writings, Volume I and by Kurt K. Hendel
The Saale is a river in Germany that is 574 JOHANNES BUGENHAGEN.
A Library of Universal Knowledge and an Unabridged Dictionary of the English Language ...
The Weimar portion also is partly hilly, and partly belongs to the plain of the Saale, which, with its tributary, the Ilm, traverses it. The highest peak in the grand duchy is Hinkelhahn (2,694 ft.), in the detached territory of Ilmenau. The climate is ...
by G. Johannes Botterweck, Helmer Ringgren
Beyse, Halle am Saale E. Blum, Heidelberg M. L. Brown, Pensacola R. E. Clements. Cambridge J. Conrad. Jena U. Dahmen, Bonn C. Dohmen. Regensburg H.,J. Fabry.
by Joseph Emerson Worcester
Saale, or Saal, r, which rises in the Bavarian province of the Upper Maine, passes by Saalburg, Saalfeld, Rudolstadt, Jena, Naumburg, Merseburg, Halle, and Bernburg, and runs into the Elbe, 3 S. Barby. Saale, or Sala, r, which runs into the ...
by Lynne Warren
Neue Wege der Photographie; Staatliche Galerie Moritzburg; Halle an der Saale, Germany, and traveling Selected Group Exhibitions 1929 Photographie der Gegenwart; Museum Folkwang; Essen, Germany Film und Foto; International ...
The Werra, Saale, Mils, Steinach, It/., 4c, water the country. Two-fifths of the country is arable land ; a nearly equal extent is under wood ; and the rest is meadow, garden and vineyard, and waste. In the lower lands, agriculture is in an advanced ...
Online dictionaries and encyclopedias with entries for Saale
Click on a label to prioritize search results according to that topic:
Photos about Saale
Click on an item to view that photo:
View from the Rudelsburg.
Photo credit: elsamuko
- Saale Ahoi!
Photo credit: Harald52
Photo credit: TraumTeufel666
- Halle (Saale)
Photo credit: ø
- Elevated Highway - Halle (Saale)
Photo credit: Picturepest
- Halle (Saale) - Moritzburg
Photo credit: Picturepest
- Naumburg (Saale)
Torre del reloj de la Wenzelskirche
Photo credit: Jenina2008
If you need related images for an article or a report, you can download stock photos:
Video about Saale
Video shows what Saale means. A river in Germany.. used attributively to denote one of the glaciations of northern Europe. Saale pronunciation. How to ...
Scrabble value of S1A1A1L1E1
The value of this 5-letter word is 5 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
Anagrams of SAALE
What do you get if you rearrange the letters?
See also the blanagrams of Saale!
Share this page
Go to the usage examples of Saale to see it in context!