german

  1. a native or inhabitant of Germany
  2. the standard German language; developed historically from West Germanic

Germán

Germán (xerˈman - `g` pronounced as `h`) is a male given name in Spanish speaking countries. It is a cognate to French Germain, and is a variant of Latin Germanus. == People == === Surname === === Given name === ...
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German

(from the article `Milwaukee`) European immigration was largely responsible for Milwaukee`s growth. German settlers played an important and sustained part in the city`s ... ...15 parishes served more than 80,000 Irish Roman Catholics, and it was clear even before the Great Famine immigration of 1845–49 that New York was ... Mean...
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German

[adj] - of a more or less German nature 2. [adj] - of or pertaining to or characteristic of Germany or its people or language 3. [n] - a native or inhabitant of Germany 4. [n] - the standard German language
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German

• (n.) A native or one of the people of Germany. • (n.) Of or pertaining to Germany. • (n.) The German language. • (a.) Nearly related; closely akin. • (n.) A social party at which the german is danced. • (n.) A round dance, often with a waltz movement, abounding in capriciosly involved figures.German: words in the def...
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German

adjective of or pertaining to or characteristic of Germany or its people or language; `German philosophers`; `German universities`; `German literature`
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German

[parish] German (Carmane) is a parish in the sheading of Glenfaba in the Isle of Man. It formerly included Peel, where St German`s Cathedral is located. It includes most of the village of St John`s (part of the village being in the parish of Patrick), where the Tynwald ceremony is located. It is a mainly hilly area, apart from a small coast...
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German

Ger'man adjective [ Middle English german , germain , French germain , from Latin germanus full, own (said of brothers and sisters who have the same parents); akin to germen germ. Confer Germ , Germane .] Nearly related; closely akin. « Wert tho...
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German

Ger'man noun ; plural Germans [ Latin Germanus , probably of Celtis origin.] 1. A native or one of the people of Germany. 2. The German language. 3. (a) A round dance, often with a waltz movement, abounding in capriciosly involved figures. (b...
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German

German is an English name for boys. The meaning is `like brothers, from Germany` The name German is most commonly given to American boys. Use for the other sex: Germaine What do they use in other countries? Jermani Germani Jermany Germaine The name sounds like: Garman, Germin, Germayn, Germano, Germane, Gorman, Jerman Similar names are: Herman, Arm...
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German

German Names of months and days in German.
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german

of one's parents' siblings
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german

Of or pertaining to Germany. German Baptists. See Dunker. German bit, a wood-boring tool, having a long elliptical pod and a scew point. ... <zoology> German carp, the crucian carp. ... <botany> German millet, a character resembling modern German type, used in English printing for ornamental headings, etc, as in the words. ... German ti...
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German

The native people or inhabitants of Germany, or a person of German descent, as well as their culture and language. In eastern Germany the Sorbs (or Wends) comprise a minority population who speak a...
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German

The native people or inhabitants of Germany, or a person of German descent, as well as their culture and language. In eastern Germany the Sorbs (or Wends) comprise a minority population who speak a Slavic language. The Austrians and Swiss Germans speak German, although they are ethnically distinct. German-speaking minorities are found in France...
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