Definition of Allemannic. Meaning of Allemannic. Synonyms of Allemannic

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Definition of Allemannic

Allemannic
Allemannic Al`le*man"nic, a. See Alemannic.

Meaning of Allemannic from wikipedia

- Alemannic (Alamannic) or Alamanni may refer to: Alemannic German, a dialect family in the Upper German branch of the German languages and its speakers...
- Alemannic, or rarely Alemannish (Alemannisch, pronounced [alɛˈman(ː)ɪʃ]), is a group of dialects of the Upper German branch of the Germanic language family...
- Landesmuseum Württemberg deformed skull, early 6th century Allemannic culture....
- Landesmuseum Württemberg deformed skull, early sixth century Allemannic culture...
- vestment ALB, Alb or alb may also refer to: Alb, Alpine transhumance in Allemannic German Alb (Upper Rhine), a tributary of the Upper Rhine in northern Black...
- Military offices Preceded by Unknown Voivode of the Allemannic Guard of Dušan the Mighty 1331 – 1355+ Succeeded by Unknown...
- the financial and lobbyist support of Charlemagne’s wife Hildegard, an Allemannic princess, the monastery managed to become one of the most privileged of...
- German that is used, but instead local dialects of the Austro-Bavarian and Allemannic (in Vorarlberg and the Tiroler Außerfern) family. The Austro-Bavarian...
- cultural importance is the Fasnet celebration in Rottweil. Typical of the Allemannic tradition are the witches and forest- or well-spirits, who typically signify...
- final -n is dropped in the nominative and accusative, and furthermore in Allemannic the nominative and accusative plural end in -iu. The neuter plural should...
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