Ausziehr: Name for the
embroidery of the Lederhose
Braguette from 1400 up
to the second part of the 16 century in Europa serious part of the mens
garment, that covered the genital. The Hosentürl (flap) of the Lederhose
founded on the Braguette. This type of flap came about 1700 from England.
Charivari french Noise,
spectacles, cat-music. Name for a Bavarian jewelry. The Charivari is a
stomach-chain with coins, small hunting trophees, fetishes and mascots
and is carried to the Lederhose.
Culotte french breeches in the 17. century,
usually from silk. A precursor and model of the Kniebundlederhose.
Dachauer Lederhose the
Dachauer pants are a kind of breeches, with very narrowly cut long pant
legs, that is laced at the shackles. The waistband is cut very high, the
fly/flap covers the entire forefront of the pants.
Of cours the names' Dachau makes everybody shiver, but it must remarked
that these pants has originated long before the Nazis atrocities and doesn't
have absolutly nothing to do with NS-Massenmord and any Nazi-filth. (To
the topic Lederhose and Nazis will appear an own contribution in the Lederhosenmuseum).
the fly of the Lederhose, it looks like a flap
leather from chamois
Kispet turkish leather
breeches, that is similar the alpine Kniebundlederhose and also shows often
nice embroidery. The kispet is weared on the occasion of a turkish wrestle-contest.The
fighters rub themself with olive oil (including their leather breeches).
Every year in June in the turkish city Edirne the qualifying contest is
taking place. In the movie "Topkapi" this qualifying contest
Krachlederne dialectal name of the Lederhose,
usually the Kurze is meant by it.
Laponialeder a sort of
leather, that is easily washable through a particular tanning and becomes
their surface very quickly greasy.
Lederhose die Lederhose has particularly
in Bavaria and in the alpine area but also in other parts of Europe - a
long tradition back into the early Middle age. It is demonstrably since
the 6. century, in the 16. and 17. century in Bavaria and in the alpine
part of Austria begone the development of the Lederhose, as we know it
Lederhose a city in Thüringen
Loferl split stockings, that consists of
a calf part and a foot part. Loferls are carried in many areas of Upper-Bavaria
to the kurze Lederhosen.
type of braces for Lederhosen that has instead of a cross-bridge in breast-height,
two usually woven belts before the stomach, flowing together in direction
of the flap and are fortified at the middle pants-head. Through five instead
of four stops, this type of the suspenders is especially for heavy Lederhosen
ideally and is often used for Kniebundlederhosen.
Patina the patina on the
Lederhosen is improtant for many Lederhosen enthusiasts, it proof that
one often and gladly wears the Lederhose . The greasy shine makes a Lederhosen
Plattlerhose eine Lederhose , that is specifically
tailored to do schuplattln, (very narrow pant legs, often without embroidery
of the pant legs), to let the hit come out more loudly with the intent.
See also Schlaghose.
Ranzen a type of belts,
its purpose was primarily the money-storage.
Päutler, Beutler the Lederhosen-tailor.
Säcklernaht a particular seam, that
uses the Säckler with the manufacture of Lederhosen.
With this kind of seam, the leather-egde become outside, therefore visible,
together-quilted and put in addition light leather-strips between the leather-egdes.
The Saecklernaht originated from the demarcation-need of the tailors and
other leather-processing crafts that also made leather shorts. They forced
at times, the Saeckler seams only make "seams like Saeckler do ",
therefore only visibly seams was allowed to install, while the tailors
had their "tailor-type " seams to install therefore inside.
Schlaghose a term
from the Schuhplattlerscene, specifically the Chiemgaus. A Lederhose, that
is specifically tailored to do the Schuhplattler and is processed, (very
narrow pant legs, often without embroidery of the pant legs, strongly greased),
to let the hit come out more loudly with the intent. The Schlaghosen of
the Chiemgauer Schuhplattler are actually more sport-appliances than serious
clothing. The Tuning of the Lederhosen often assumes to so grotesque forms,
that these Schlaghosen are more similarity with cyclist-pants from rubber,
as has something to do with traditional Lederhosen.
Sepplhose not Bavarian nickname of the
Lederhosen, usually a gray short Lederhose with turned over pant legs is
meant by it.
Tellernaht, auch "Salzburger
Teller" a particular seam, that is often to be found with Kniebundlederhosen
from eastbavaria and the Salzburger area. This seam leads plate-like from
the pant legs, from middle of the thighs, in a bow over the ass and has
usually embellishes at its vertex with ornaments. The Hungarian origin
of this ornamentation is rather unambiguous. The Tellernaht is usually
to be found with Kniebundlederhosen, short Lederhosen with this kind of
seam are rare. The Tellernaht is choosed in the current Bavarian country-fashion
very much and is often find accordingly with industrially manufactured
Tracht oder Volkstracht national costume.
The name is founded to beginning of the 19. century on and is based on
the aberrant assumption, the farmer-official dress doesn't change over
centuries. Provable, the "farmers-dress" became influenced through
fashions every time again and again. So is Tracht as a concept actually
only a construction, that can at best stand for a fashionable point of
view. There were fortunately not a realy official dresscode, because otherwise
the creative variety of traditional clothing, that has arisen from most
different influences, wasn´t possibly. Die Lederhosen is no uniform,
even if some Trachtenvereine would have this gladly so.
Vogl, Joseph teacher from
Bayerischzell, he quasi founded at the 25. August 1883 the first Trachten-conservation-club,
as he decided with five friends to have tailored really upper-Bavarian