Definition funny of Petsche:

urbanA surname, particularly from the Gottschee tribe of Austria-Hungry. They are known to be highly intelligent, logical, respectful, frugal, and competitive. These immigrants settled in the northern United States, mostly in Cleveland, New York, Chicago, and St. Louis, and would work as police officers, baseball players, and aviators. There is an ancient Slovak legend, that a man with the last name of "Petsche" with white hair and brown eyes will "come back to the old empire of the east, and lay claim to the people of Europe." The 'Empire of the East,' was known to be Austria-Hungry. Other characteristics include good-looking, sensitive, a very bad temper but a good person to talk to. They are good public speakers and have a skilled sense for leadership. They are also extremely skeptical, and are attracted to women from Northern European descent.

urbanSlovak Legend of Petsche Gottschee Immigrants in the Mid-West


Books about Petsche:

booksLe bois et ses applications au pavage à Paris, en France et à Pétranger ... par Albert Petsche (French Edition... by Albert Petsche (Jan 1, 1896)

booksAuge macht Bild, Ohr macht Klang, Hirn macht Welt: Franz Kreuzer im Gesprach mit Ernst H. Gombrich und Hellmuth... (1983)

booksQ. Horati Flacci Carmina ed. M. Petsche

booksA.E.Petsche Company Arlington Texas Cook Book (A collection of recipies contributed by A.E.Petsche Company Employee... by Linda Myres, Sharon Hatcher, Susan Lepek Kathy Petsche (2004)


Wiki information Petsche:

Philipp Petzschner
Tennis Player, Person, Tennis Tournament Champion, Olympic athlete, Athlete, Measured person

Philipp Petzschner is a professional German tennis player. He is known for his hard-hitting forehand and bursts of speed around the court. His career-high doubles ranking is World No. 9, which he achieved in April 2011.

Roman Erich Petsche
Man, Person

Roman Erich Petsche was an Austrian teacher, school attendant and painter. He was awarded Righteous among the Nations, by the memorial site Yad Vashem. He was raised in Gottschee, a German linguistic enclave in Slovenia, as the son of a...