meaning of Baedeker

Baedeker meaning in Etymology Dictionary

"travel guide," 1863, from German printer and bookseller Karl Baedeker (1801-1859) whose popular travel guides began the customized of score locations with someone to four stars. The Baedeker raids because of the Luftwaffe in April and May 1942 specific Brit cultural and historic sites.

Baedeker meaning in General Dictionary

any of a few vacation guidebooks published because of the German firm launched by Karl Baedeker

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  • German publisher of a series of vacation guidebooks (1801-1859)

Sentence Examples with the word Baedeker

Univ., Asie anterieure (1884); C. Baedeker and A.

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