Definition of Germanic. Meaning of Germanic. Synonyms of Germanic
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Definition of Germanic
Germanic Ger*man"ic, a. (Chem.)
Pertaining to, or containing, germanium.
GermanicGermanic Ger*man"ic, a. [L. Germanicus: cf. F. germanique. See
1. Of or pertaining to Germany; as, the Germanic confederacy.
2. Teutonic. [A loose sense]
Meaning of Germanic from wikipedia
- The Germanic peoples
(from Latin: Germani) are a category
of north European ethnic
groups, first mentioned
by Graeco-Roman authors. They are also ****ociated...
- The Germanic languages
are a branch
of the Indo-European language family spoken natively
by a po****tion of about
515 million people mainly
- and tribes Germanic languages
language, a reconstructed
proto-language of all the Germanic languages Germanic
- The West Germanic languages constitute
of the three branches
of the Germanic family
(the others being
the North Germanic
- Germanic paganism refers
to the ethnic religion practiced
by the Germanic peoples
from the Iron Age until Christianisation during
- Continental Germanic
mythology. It was a key element
paganism. As the Germanic languages developed
from Proto-Indo-European language, Germanic
(abbreviated PGmc; also called Common Germanic
) is the reconstructed
proto-language of the Germanic branch
of the Indo-European languages...
- In Germanic religion
mythology, a seeress
is a woman
said to have the ability
****ure occurrences. Strongly
****ociated with wands...
- The North Germanic languages
make up one of the three branches
of the Germanic
languages, a sub-family of the Indo-European languages, along
with the West...
- several branches
or sub-families, the largest
are the Indo-Iranian, Germanic
, Romance, and Balto-Slavic groups. The most populous individual
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