Teutonic

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Etymology[edit]

1580, from Latin Teutōnicus, from Teutōnes, Teutōnī (name of a Germanic tribe that inhabited coastal Germany and devastated Gaul between 113-101 B.C., the Teutons). See Teuton.

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Teutonic (comparative more Teutonic, superlative most Teutonic)

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  1. Relating to the ancient Germanic people, the Teutons.
  2. Having qualities that are regarded as typical of German people.
    Teutonic exactitude
  3. (obsolete) The Germanic branch of Indo-European family of languages

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