Category:English terms derived from Germanic languages

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Newest pages ordered by last category link update:
  1. Godard
  2. Gwyer
  3. hotch
  4. Berland
  5. Evelyn
  6. Weimann
  7. Isigny-sur-Mer
  8. Garnier
  9. Lotharingia
  10. Mangold
Oldest pages ordered by last edit:
  1. fuck
  2. sound
  3. hoist
  4. hide
  5. ribbon
  6. raspberry
  7. browse
  8. blanket
  9. ermine
  10. falcon

English terms that originate from Germanic languages.

This category should, ideally, contain only other categories. Entries can be categorized here, too, when the proper subcategory is unclear. If you know the exact language from which an entry categorized here is derived, please edit its respective entry.


Pages in category "English terms derived from Germanic languages"

The following 200 pages are in this category, out of 270 total.

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