The Collaborative International Dictionary
Bursch \Bursch\, n.; pl. Burschen. [G., ultimately fr. LL. bursa. See Burse.] A youth; especially, a student in a german university. [1913 Webster] ||
Usage examples of "bursch".
Through the wide fragrant stillness came up now and then a Jodel from some Bursch going to visit his Sennerin.
Newberry, the botanist who had worked with Petrie at Hawara, introduced as a promising painter of Egyptian scenes, a square-jawed, clean-shaven American named Reisner, who was serving as a member of the International Catalogue Commission of the Cairo Museum, and a Herr Bursch, a former student of Ebers at Berlin.