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|German to English translations [Non-PRO]|
|German term or phrase: der Wichsensteiner|
|an occupation? in Medieval Germany|
|English translation:could also be "inhabitant of Wichsenstein" -|
-a village or hamlet close to the aforementioned rock formation.
From the link below, in German and very charming English:
"Wichsenstein, 587m ü. M., idyllischer, ruhiger Ort, Aussichtsfelsen, romantische Kirche, unzählige Wandermöglichkeiten. Unser am Ortsrand gel. Haus bietet Ihnen gemütlich eingerichtete Fremdenzimmer und Ferienwohnungen (je 2-6 Pers.), Halbpension, gut bürgerliche Küche, Aufenthaltsraum mit TV, Liegewiese, Terrasse, Hausbar. Zusatzleistung Begrüßungstrunk.
Wichsenstein, 587m above sea horizont . Idyllic an quit place, prospect rock, romantic church, innumerable wall enablingnesses. Our hotel offers comfortably created guest rooms and condominiums (each 2-6 Pers.) , half-board, well regional kitchen, lounge with TV, sunbathingarea, terrace, house bar and a welcome drink"
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please whole sentence!
could be a name as well, it means someone, who polishes stones (literal translation)
native German speaker
|another answer was fuller|