Category:Portuguese terms derived from Germanic languages

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Fundamental » All languages » Portuguese » Terms by etymology » Terms derived from other languages » Indo-European languages » Germanic languages

Portuguese 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.