Origin of frankfurterGer, after Frankfurt (am Main)
a smoked sausage of beef, pork, chicken, etc., enclosed in a membranous casing and made in cylindrical links a few inches long: the casing is now usually removed before packaging
1882-1965; associate justice, U.S. Supreme Court (1939-62), born in Austria
A smoked sausage of beef or beef and pork made in long reddish links.
Origin of frankfurterAfter Frankfurt (am Main)
- (UK, US, Canada) A moist sausage of soft, even texture and flavor, often made from mechanically recovered meat or meat slurry.
- One who is from Frankfurt, Germany.
- The Frankfurter gelehrte Zeitungen was founded in 1736 by S.
- See the very full article by Frankfurter in the Allgemeine deutsche Biographie, which supersedes his earlier biography.
- The Frankfurter Journal was founded in 1615, the Postzeitung in 1616, the Neue Frankfurter Zeitung in 1859, and the Frankfurter Presse in 1866.
- In April 1833 occurred what is known as the Frankfort Insurrection (Frankfurter Attentat), in which a number of insurgents led by Georg Bunsen attempted to break up the diet.
- Grotefend, Quellen ztcr Frankfurter Geschichte (Frankfort, 1884-1888); J.