germano

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germano (plural germanoj, accusative singular germanon, accusative plural germanojn)

  1. a German (person from Germany)

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germano

  1. German (language)

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germānō

  1. masculine dative singular of germānus
  2. neuter dative singular of germānus
  3. masculine ablative singular of germānus
  4. neuter ablative singular of germānus

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From Latin Germānus (German).

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germano m (plural germanos)

  1. German (member of a Germanic tribe)
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Borrowed from Latin germānus (of siblings), from germen (sprout, bud), from Proto-Indo-European *ǵenh₁- (to bear) + *-mn̥. Compare the inherited doublet irmão.

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germano m (plural germanos)

  1. a brother or sister with the same mother and father (as opposed to a stepbrother or sister)

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germano m (feminine germana plural germanos feminine plural germanas; comparable)

  1. legitimate; genuine
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