Hanse

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From German Hanse (Hanseatic League). More at hanse.

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Hanse (plural Hanses)

  1. (in Germany) A medieval guild of merchants or traders; especially a commercial league of Germanic towns that had a house in London.
  2. (in particular) The Hanseatic League.

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