tedesco

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From Medieval Latin theodiscus from Old German theod, from Proto-Germanic *þiudiskaz (of the people, popular, vernacular), from *þeudō (people) + *-iskaz (-ish, -ic, -al). The Old English form is þéodisc, the Old High German one diutisc (attested ca. 1090 in the Annolied).

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tedesco m (feminine tedesca, masculine plural tedeschi, feminine plural tedesche)

  1. German; of Germany

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tedesco m

  1. German language

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tedesco m (plural tedeschi, feminine tedesca)

  1. (male) German person

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