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German British & World English

A native or inhabitant of Germany, or a person of German descent

pan-German British & World English

Relating to or advocating pan-Germanism

Low German British & World English

A vernacular language spoken in much of northern Germany, more closely related to Dutch than to standard German

High German British & World English

The standard literary and spoken form of German, originally used in the highlands in the south of Germany. The establishment of this form as a standard language owes much to the biblical translations of Martin Luther in the 16th century

cousin-german British & World English

old-fashioned term for cousin.

German Bight British & World English

A shipping forecast area covering the eastern North Sea off the northern Netherlands, Germany, and southern Denmark

German Empire British & World English

An empire in German-speaking central Europe, created by Bismarck in 1871 after the Franco-Prussian War by the union of twenty-five German states under the Hohenzollern king of Prussia

German silver British & World English

A white alloy of nickel, zinc, and copper

sister-german British & World English

A sister sharing both parents with another

brother-german British & World English

A brother sharing both parents, as opposed to a half-brother or stepbrother

German measles British & World English

A contagious viral disease, with symptoms like mild measles. It can cause fetal malformation if caught in early pregnancy

German cockroach British & World English

A small, brown, common indoor cockroach found worldwide

Old Low German British & World English

The language of northern Germany and the Netherlands up to circa 1200, from which modern Dutch and modern Low German are derived

German East Africa British & World English

A former German protectorate in East Africa (1891–1918), corresponding to present-day Tanzania, Rwanda, and Burundi

Middle High German British & World English

The language of southern Germany from circa 1200–1500

Middle Low German British & World English

The Low German language (spoken in northern Germany) from circa 1200–1500

Old High German British & World English

The language of southern Germany up to circa 1200, from which modern standard German is derived

German Democratic Republic British & World English

Official name for the former state of East Germany

German South West Africa British & World English

A former German protectorate in SW Africa (1884–1918), corresponding to present-day Namibia

cousins-german in cousin-german British & World English

old-fashioned term for cousin.

sisters-german in sister-german British & World English

A sister sharing both parents with another

brothers-german in brother-german British & World English

A brother sharing both parents, as opposed to a half-brother or stepbrother

camomile British & World English

An aromatic European plant of the daisy family, with white and yellow daisy-like flowers

Pennsylvania Dutch British & World English

A dialect of High German spoken in parts of Pennsylvania, chiefly by descendants of 17th- and 18th-century Protestant immigrants

Pennsylvania German in Pennsylvania Dutch British & World English

A dialect of High German spoken in parts of Pennsylvania, chiefly by descendants of 17th- and 18th-century Protestant immigrants

German camomile in camomile British & World English

An aromatic European plant of the daisy family, with white and yellow daisy-like flowers

German English-Spanish

alemán

West German English-Spanish

de la Alemania Occidental

German measles English-Spanish

rubéola f, rubeola f

German shepherd English-Spanish

pastor, perro, policial mChi

German Democratic Republic English-Spanish

the German Democratic Republic


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