- The definition of teutonic is anything related to the ancient Teutons or the German people such as their customs, language or characteristics and is the former name for what we now refer to as Germanic.
An example of Teutonic is the language spoken by the people of northern Europe.
Teutonic definition by Webster's New World
- of the ancient Teutones
- of the Germans; German
- Germanic ()
- Linguis. Germanic
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- Teutonically adverb
Teutonic definition by American Heritage Dictionary
- Of or relating to the ancient Teutons.
- Of or relating to the Germanic languages or their speakers.
Origin: Latin Teutōnicus, from Teutōnī, Teutons; see Teuton.