Baden

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See also: baden, badén, and båden

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Baden

  1. (historical) Baden-Baden, a spa town in Germany.
    1. (historical) Its former margravate, electorate, grand duchy, and republic.
    2. Its present area of Baden-Württemberg, a German state.
  2. A spa town in Austria.
    1. The surrounding district it governs.
  3. A spa town in Switzerland.
    1. (historical) Its former county and canton.
    2. The surrounding district it governs.
  4. Other less important towns in France, Germany, Canada, the Ukraine, and the United States.

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Baden ?

  1. Baden

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  • IPA(key): [ˈbaːdən]
  • (file)
  • Hyphenation: Ba‧den
  • Homophone: baden

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Baden

  1. Baden, various places with multiple hot springs, named using a former plural form of Bad ("bath")

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Baden n ‎(genitive Badens, no plural)

  1. gerund of baden: "bathing"

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