Alemannic

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From Latin Alemannicus, from Latin Alemannī (the confederation of German tribes related to Suebi who lived near the upper reaches of the Danube), from Proto-Germanic *Alamanniz, corresponding to *allaz + *mann-.

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  • IPA(key): /ˌælɪˈmænɪk/, /ˌæləˈmænɪk/

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Alemannic

  1. A language or dialect group, belonging to the High German dialects, spoken in certain parts of South Germany, in Alsace (France), Vorarlberg (Austria), Switzerland and Liechtenstein.

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Alemannic (comparative more Alemannic, superlative most Alemannic)

  1. Of or relating to the Alemannic language or dialect group.
  2. (historical) Of or relating to the Alemanni, a confederation of Suebian Germanic tribes.

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