Englisch-Deutsch Übersetzungen für das Wort: the Exile

die Babylonische Gefangenschaft [bibl.]


By some papers of her father which fell into her hands she heard of the exile of her lover and learnt the name of the spot where he then resided.
Then winter was gone, Earth’s bosom was lovely; the exile would get him, He devises schemes of vengeance.
Under the Cæsars, there is the exile to Syene; there is also the man of the Annales.
Elements merge in the night, ships make tacks in the dreams, The sailor sails, the exile returns home, The fugitive returns unharm'd, the immigrant is back beyond months and years, The poor Irishman lives in the simple house of his childhood with the well known neighbors and faces, They warmly welcome him, he is barefoot again, he forgets he is well off, The Dutchman voyages home, and the Scotchman and Welshman voyage home, and the native of the Mediterranean voyages home, To every port of England, France, Spain, enter well-fill'd ships, The Swiss foots it toward his hills, the Prussian goes his way, the Hungarian his way, and the Pole his way, The Swede returns, and the Dane and Norwegian return.
Royal sir, Since the exile of Posthumus, most retir'd Hath her life been; the cure whereof, my lord, 'Tis time must do.
The young man would spend whole evenings with him during that winter, till the exile was summoned to Petersburg to take up his post again at his own request, as he had powerful friends.

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Exil {n} exile
Exilrumäne {m} Rumanian exile
ins Exil schicken to exile
Das Exil und das Reich [lit.] (Albert Camus) Exile and the Kingdom
Exilierte {m} {f} exile
ausstossen (aus) [schweiz. Orthogr.] (verbannen) to exile (from)
In der Verbannung [lit.] (Anton Tschechow) In Exile [lit.] (Anton Chekhov)
Steuerflüchtling {m} [fin.] tax exile
Exilungar {m} Hungarian exile
Exilbulgare {m} Bulgarian exile