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Definition of: germanic

(jər·manik) adjective Chem.
Containing germanium in its higher valence.

Definition of: Germanic

(gər·manik) adjective
1. Of or pertaining to a group of early Indo-European tribes living in the region between the Rhine, Danube, and Vistula rivers: later extended to include the Germans, English, Dutch, Flemings, Danes, Scandinavians, and German-Swiss.
2. Relating to the language or customs of any of these people.

1. A subfamily of the Indo-European family of languages, divided into the branches East Germanic, including Gothic (extinct); North Germanic or Scandinavian, including Norwegian, Swedish, Danish, Icelandic, and Faroese; and West Germanic, including all the High and Low German languages and dialects, among which are German, Dutch, Flemish, Frisian, English, Yiddish, Plattdeutsch, etc.
2. The prehistoric parent of these languages: called Primitive Germanic. Also called Teutonic.

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