as Junker (althochdt of. Juncherre, „young gentleman”) one designates
- originally the son noble basic gentlemen
- more generally a young nobleman without other title
- later also the noble basic gentlemen themselves - see land nobleman
- with yards a Offizianten (“Hofjunker “)
- with the military a Offiziersaspiranten, also Fahnenjunker
- for the training of the Junker existed special Junkerschulen. In Bavaria the designation was still until 1872 usual.
- The Baltic Junker perpetuated in the song of the same name of Peter would pull by Manteuffel.
- As Junkerpartei or Junkertum those became spöttisch in the Prussia of the 1850er yearsa reactionary aristocracy party marks.
- In the GDR between 1945 and 1949 approximately 14,000 enterprises and 7,000 great land owners with 3.3 million hectare country were expropriated (“June chap and in farmer hand”); see land reform, Elbjunker
- one since 1995 produced sort of young wine from Austria; see Steiri Junker
- an enterprise, which manufactures grinding machines and air cleaning systems; see to Junker group
- one of Joseph Junker developed morse key; see Junker key
Junker is also the surname of
- Heinrich Junker, Bavarian CSU politician and former Bavarian Minister of the Interior
- Karl Junker (1850-1912), German painter, sculptor and architect
- Leni Junker(*1905), German light athlete
- Jean-Claude Juncker (* 9. December 1954 in Redingen at that corroding ore, Luxembourg) since 1995 he is a prime minister of Luxembourg.
See also: Junkers.
|This side is a term clarifying for the distinction of several terms named the same word.|