Germanic meaning

jər-măn'ĭk
Of or relating to a member of a Germanic-speaking people.
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Of or relating to the branch of the Indo-European language family that comprises North Germanic, West Germanic, and the extinct East Germanic.
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The Germanic branch of Indo-European.
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German.
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Designating or of a group of N European peoples including the Germans, Scandinavians, Dutch, English, etc., or the peoples from whom they are descended.
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Designating or of the language group Germanic.
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A principal branch of the Indo-European family of languages, comprising the languages descended from Proto-Germanic: it is divided into three groups.
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Of or containing germanium.
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Containing germanium with a valence of 4.
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(linguistics) The early, undocumented language from which other Germanic languages such as German, English, Dutch and Scandinavian languages developed.
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(linguistics) The group of Indo-European languages that developed from Germanic.
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Having German characteristics.

He arrived with Germanic punctuality.

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Relating to the Germanic peoples (such as Germans, Scandinavians or Anglo-Saxons).

A Germanic tribe.

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(linguistics) Relating to the language or group of languages known as Germanic.

A Germanic language.

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Origin of germanic

  • From Latin Germānicus.
    From Wiktionary