city in S Germany, on the Danube, in the state of Baden-Württemberg: pop. 115,000
See Ulm in American Heritage Dictionary 4
A city of southern Germany on the Danube River southeast of Stuttgart. First mentioned in 854, it was later a free imperial city and reached the height of its influence in the 15th century. Napoleon defeated Austrian troops here in October 1805. Population: 121,000.