Germanism

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a custom that is peculiar to Germany or its citizens

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Dupriez lists several: Gallicisms (French introduced into English), Anglicisms, Italianisms, Latinisms, Hebraisms, and Germanisms.
The full range of urban slang is on display, with its many Germanisms, Yiddishisms, and even Gypsy elements, though it is invariably used to reveal character and is never excessive or parodistic.
Paul Gerhard Schmidt examines Germanisms in the Latin prose Herzog Ernst, and Jutta Fliege looks at a Latin version of the Zeno/three Kings of Cologne legends.